216, 235, 261 Chevy 6 Cylinder Headers, AHC Coated
216 Chevy Inline Six, 235 Chevy Inline Six, 261 Chevy Inline Six, Shorty Header Tube Type
- Will fit 216/235/261 six-cylinder Chevy' from 1937-1962
- Steel construction
- Ceramic coated
- Kit includes all required gaskets, flanges, and hardware.
- 2" collector diameter
The 216/235/261 Chevy Six was built from 1937-1962 in cars and trucks. Our tube steel headers allow you to run a split exhaust. If you wish to run exhaust heat to your intake manifold, these headers include welded-on bungs which can be used to pipe heat to your intake manifold. Includes manifold gaskets, collector gaskets, flanges for the dump tubes, and all hardware. These ceramic coated headers provide superior performance and durability.
NotesArmor 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 1300¢ª F.
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