1964-73 Mustang Long Tube Headers, AHC Coated
Ford Small Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Ceramic Coated, Standard Flange Style, Steel
- 1-5/8" primaries
- 3" collectors
- '64-'73 Mustang & Cougar
- '66-'73 Fairlane & Torino
- '66-'73 Fairlane & Torino (Automatic)
- '66-'73 Falcon & Ranchero
- '66-'69 Comet
Armor Hot Coating (AHC) is a heat resistant, ceramic coating applied to the outside of the header. This coating will reflect heat, which helps retain more heat within the header tube while simultaneously speeding up the exhaust flow. Not only will this coating help you make more horsepower, it also keeps your headers rust-free, looking great, and lasting longer (when properly maintained). If you are looking for a show-quality finish for your headers, this is it! Our AHC will withstand exhaust temperatures of up to 1300Ëš F.
- A/C: Yes
- P/B: Yes
- P/S: Yes
- Auto on Column: No
- Auto on Floor: Yes
- Standard on Column: No
- Standard on Floor: Yes
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
NotesFits most: 64-73 Mustang and Couger, 66-73 Fairlane & Torino, 66-73 Falcon & Ranchero, 66-69 Comet. 66-73 Fairlane automatics.
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Q & A
Watch our video on the ceramic coating process for Armor Hot Coating. Headers coated with Armor Hot Coating protect your car without sacrificing looks.
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Jeremy explains the different options of headers that Speedway Motors offers for Demolition Derby cars. Watch this video to see a variety of options and the benefits of certain headers.
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In this Tech Tip, John explains the design behind a set of headers destined for a Tri-5 using a traditional rack and pinion style steering system.