318-360 Mopar Header Kit, 1-3/4 Tube, 3 Inch Collector
These small block Mopar V8 header kits feature 18 gauge mild steel designed for many racing and rodding applications where 273, 318, 340, and 360 engines are used. Kit includes eight mandrel-bent primary tubes, two pre-formed collectors, two extra-thick rectangular port flanges, two gaskets and twelve bolts for headers.
Designed for the seasoned, hands-on enthusiast, weld up headers will require some cutting, fitting and welding.
Item Details318-360, 1-3/4" Tube, 3" Collector
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