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Those headers look great!
How is the ground clearance?... Do the collectors fit up snug to the undercarriage?
Can you post the brand and part # for these headers. I am also looking for a new set.

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These are the hooker supercomps 1 7/8 part number 2207-1hkr I’m shocked how well they fit afr angle plug heads also
Those headers look great!
Can you post the brand and part # for these headers. I am also looking for a new set.

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When I ran the Super Comps I had to dimple them at my power steering box on my old 71.
 

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They look great!
I've "read" that you shouldn't break in an engine with ceramic coated headers.
I never had coated ones
I had to dimple my 1-3/4 super comps on my 406 for the pitman arm nut?
What rpm do you plan on turning that thing?
Nitrous?
 

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Thanks! And I did hear that too I ran the motor on a stand for a total of maybe 45 mins so hopefully it holds up we will see .Probably shift it at about 6800 and no nitrous
They look great!
I've "read" that you shouldn't break in an engine with ceramic coated headers.
I never had coated ones
I had to dimple my 1-3/4 super comps on my 406 for the pitman arm nut?
What rpm do you plan on turning that thing?
Nitrous?
 

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They look great!
I've "read" that you shouldn't break in an engine with ceramic coated headers.
I never had coated ones
I had to dimple my 1-3/4 super comps on my 406 for the pitman arm nut?
What rpm do you plan on turning that thing?
Nitrous?
I've broken in many sets without issue and they were coated. Only kind I buy or have them coated. Plenty of initial timing and not an issue.
 

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I didn’t have to clearence anything but I will say that one of the primaries on passenger side is like an 1/8th inch away from the idler arm but doses not interefere with steering or touch what’s so ever it’s very close though
Was just curious.
Seem kinda big.
 
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