I would like to see some chassis headers pics and give opinions on your selection and how easy or not it is for changing plugs, etc...It will help me for a future build.
Hey, that's my website. Man, is it old! Anyway, after all the thread reading, I settled on the Doug's D367Y, and the fit is very nice. I have not put in plugs yet. I have ProComp aluminum heads, stock front clip, with the CPP mini subframe kit. I took the dremel tool and nibbled on part of the flange where the front end bolts to the body, but it was very minor. All the steering box and idler arm clearance problems that people seem to have were a non-issue.Hooker 2243 fit well and are not to bad to change plugs.That is with revised straight plug AFR heads at least.I found this link last night.
Okay, some of these pics actually make the clearance look tighter than it is, and my brake lines are not secured, everything is just mocked up, really, but here you go:its probably too hard to get the angles and the shots, but was curious how the chassis headers fit in relation to the back 4 cylinders and how close the plugs are and getting header bolts in, etc... My hands don't exactly fit in tight areas. I like the doug tri-y's, the headman 1 5/8" ones would be good if I can get my hands in there to change plugs, etc...the hooker super comps....man I don't know...lol
thanks guys appreciate the time and help.