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    Guys,

    I picked up a set of semi fenderwell headers the other day and they have 1 tube on each side going out the fenderwell. The passenger side likes like a proparts, but the drivers side is completely different. They are slip on and have been chromed.

    Obviously the are big block but haven't a clue as to the manu. The guy I bought them said early A body, 62-66. But didn't know anyone who made headers for those years for a B enging. The have no collector flange either.

    Thanks in advance.














  • #2
    I don't think I ever saw a set like that. Sorry no clue.
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    • #3
      Look like they could be TTI
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      • #4
        I saw some Hookers on a duster w/440 YEARS AGO that looked identical to those, but they weren't plated. remember tho, if you're gonna race those, you gotta have a collector tether or weld them on.
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        • #5
          Cyclone use to make equal length headers that looked very close to these '71, like back in the late 60's to maybe 1990?


          Look at these headers made by them: https://www.google.com/search?q=cycl...Q&ved=0CDgQsAQ
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          • #6
            Originally posted by hemisatellite View Post
            I saw some Hookers on a duster w/440 YEARS AGO that looked identical to those, but they weren't plated. remember tho, if you're gonna race those, you gotta have a collector tether or weld them on.
            Thanks for the info.

            Not sure what you mean about got to have a collector or weld them on. There is a collector the tubs are inserted into, but it doesn't have a flange on the end of the header collector.

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            • #7
              NHRA had a rule change that slipon collectors need to have an approved tether to headers so the don't fall off onto the track
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              • #8
                Originally posted by BK View Post
                NHRA had a rule change that slipon collectors need to have an approved tether to headers so the don't fall off onto the track
                ok, thanks for the clarification

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