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    Alrighty, a buddy has a set of headers off of the 400 in his long gone 72 Charger and donated them to the new Cordoba. Am I going to run into problems bolting these in?

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    The chassis is very similar between both cars. They should fit although you may be tight around the power steering gear, and I would definitely recommend a mini starter.

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      If a column shifter you might have an issue with the linkage and left header, but TTI Exhaust sells a solution.
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        Originally posted by Doba77
        Alrighty, a buddy has a set of headers off of the 400 in his long gone 72 Charger and donated them to the new Cordoba. Am I going to run into problems bolting these in?
        Contrary to popular belief, the heat riser/crossover is a necessity on most Mopars; if you plan on driving this car at all in cold weather, keep this in mind! (Especially with today's crap gasoline!) A cold intake manifold is not a pleasant thing on a street driven vehicle.....JMO! Of course, if you only plan on driving in warm, dry weather, you just might get away with it!

        I know......most everybody here is going to disagree with me, or say that it works fine.......so let the flaming begin!

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        • #5
          Burn baby burn!!! LOL

          I know when I had the heat riser removed from the 5th Ave, it didn't run as well in cold weather. I agree with you on the street\daily driver aspect.
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