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1964-70 Mustang Tri-Y Headers, AHC Coated
1964-70 Mustang Tri-Y Headers, AHC Coated

1964-70 Mustang Tri-Y Headers, AHC Coated

Ford Small Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Ceramic Coated, Standard Flange Style, Steel

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Header Tube Type:
Full-length
Finish:
Ceramic Coated
Flange Style:
Standard
Primary Tube Diameter:
1-1/2"
Material Type:
Steel
Color:
Silver
Weld-Up:
No
Exhaust Port Shape:
Oval
MFG. Part #:
9308426H
Collector Diameter:
2-1/2 Inch
Collector Length:
11.75"
Flange Thickness:
.32"
Port Height:
1.64"
Port Width:
1.22"
Drivers Side Dimension A:
4.80"
Drivers Side Dimension B:
16.16"
Drivers Side Dimension C:
31.00"
Passenger Side Dimension A:
5.75"
Passenger Side Dimension B:
15.25"
Passenger Side Dimension C:
32.63"
Hardware Included:
Yes
Gasket(s) Included:
Yes
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Each

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These headers are a replica of the Shelby TRI-Y header made famous in the 60's. They fit 260-302 V8s in 1964-70 Ford Mustangs* with automatic or manual transmissions (10.5" max clutch diameter). You will need bracket # 930-7609 listed below if car has power steering. These ceramic coated headers provide superior performance and durability.

  • 1-1/2" - 1-3/4" stepped primaries
  • 2-1/2" collectors

*See Notes tab for important install info.

Application

  • A/C:  Yes
  • P/B:  Yes
  • P/S:  Yes (with bracket listed)
  • Auto on Column:  Yes
  • Auto on Floor:  Yes
  • Standard on Column:  No
  • Standard on Floor:  Yes

Notes

  1. 1967-70 Manual transmission cars require additional driver's side header clearancing around steering box.
  2. Fits manual transmissions using 10" or 10.5" clutch only. 1968-up bellhousings require drivers side header clearancing.
  3. Non-HiPo cars with manual transmission may need header clearancing for clutch linkage.

Specs

  • A/C:  Yes
  • P/B:  Yes
  • P/S:  Yes (with bracket listed)
  • Auto on Column:  Yes
  • Auto on Floor:  Yes
  • Standard on Column:  No
  • Standard on Floor:  Yes

Warranties

AHC Warning: AHC coatings will burn and be damaged at exhaust temperatures over 1300 degrees. A lean fuel mixture can generate exhaust temperatures exceeding 1700-1900 degrees. If the coating is damaged due to a lean condition, the coating will not be warranted, but can be recoated for a fee.

Not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled vehicles

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