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Speedway 2.3L Ford Stainless Steel Pinto Headers

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Specs
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Polished
Tube O.D.:
1.63
Port Height:
1.67
Port Width:
1.45
Flange Thickness:
.38
Flange Style:
Oval Port
Collector Diameter :
3.00
Header Dimension A:
8.10
Header Dimension B:
11.10
Header Dimension C:
28.00
Gasket(s) Included:
Yes
Hardware Included:
Yes
Collector Length:
7.25
Garage Sale:
No

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What's in the Box

  • For "ProFour" tube chassis
  • Goes through firewall if used on production chassis
  • High velocity 1-5/8" to 1-3/4" stepped primary with 3" collector
  • Stainless Steel
  • Includes gaskets and header bolts
  • Sold Individually

Note: Stainless header tubing when exposed to exhaust temperature will cause the finish to change color which will vary with the exhaust temperature. Please note that the finish of the header when the engine is started, will change to a light champagne color to a darker gold finish and in some instance may even turn dark blue or purple. This can be polished back out when utilizing Blue-away or Simi-chrome polish, but please note that when the headers reach running temperature again, they will immediately change color. 

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Header Dimension Chart

Speedway 2.3 Ford Stainless Steel Pinto Headers
                        
  • For production chassis.
  • Exits under car on Pinto or Mustang II
  • High velocity 1-5/8" to 1-3/4" stepped primary with 3" collector
  • Includes gaskets and header bolts

Note: Stainless header tubing when exposed to exhaust temperature will cause the finish to change color which will vary with the exhaust temperature. Please note that the finish of the header when the engine is started, will change to a light champagne color to a darker gold finish and in some instance may even turn dark blue or purple. This can be polished back out when utilizing Blue-away or Simi-chrome polish, but please note that when the headers reach running temperature again, they will immediately change color.