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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 12:12 pm 
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Well the headers are done!!! I'll try to get some pics posted tonight... We left some room so hopefully they will fit my other heads as there raised exhaust ports...
Does anyone know if the angle where the flange of the header sits are all the same??????

Maybe fire it up this weekend =; =; =;Image

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Beretta wrote:
Well the headers are done!!! I'll try to get some pics posted tonight... We left some room so hopefully they will fit my other heads as there raised exhaust ports...
Does anyone know if the angle where the flange of the header sits are all the same??????

Maybe fire it up this weekend =; =; =;


Maybe some vid of a burnout??!!

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 5:06 pm 
 
barry you shouldnt have any problems with the flanges my old headers fit my big cheif heads and they was raised and on a tall deck you should be fine


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Here's another pic......... =; Image

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look real nice barry. \:D/ what are you going to coat them with?

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 8:06 pm 
 
barry looks like a super job nice tig work ya those will fit your heads looks like you got pleanty of room. =; \:D/


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tonyy358 wrote:
look real nice barry. \:D/ what are you going to coat them with?



Tony, I really want to make sure they fit my other heads,,,Im pretty sure they will there's lots of room but if they don't I'll make another set...

If they fit then I'll put the other 7 egt fittings and the 02 sensors bungs in them and have them jet hot coated....... =;

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Looking very good Barry. \:D/ \:D/

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Was that a weld up kit barry ?

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Sam wrote:
Was that a weld up kit barry ?


Sort of... Just headman kit plus some extra bends and slip on
Hooker collectors =; =;

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what size pipe did you go for ??

I've got a big stash of stainless bends from 1.75 to 2.25 diameter of of some roundy round engine probably enough to build a new set and very light... =; =;

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I used 2 1/8 as thats what the vega had..

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I'd better make a set ,,, rick said smaller would be better

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I asked a few guys on other posts and this is what size they would use and about 28 ti 30 inch tube..would be good up to a 496....The vega worked will with that size so it must have been ok..

Georges new car has the same size but his camaro had 2 1/4 so that would have been a good test between the two :-k

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I've got 2 and 1/4 and a set of 21/4 stepped to 2 3/8 in stock.. need the 2.1/8 to make the set really

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