BBK 35110 1987-1995 Ford F150 351 1-5/8 Shorty Headers (Ceramic)
Shorty Header Tube Type, Ceramic Coated, Standard Flange Style, 1-5/8" Primary Tube Diameter
These BBK Performance shorty unequal Length exhaust Headers are designed and constructed with 1-5/8" CNC mandrel bent tubing that offers unrestricted exhaust flow for increased horsepower and torque over factory OEM manifolds. As with all BBK Performance exhaust headers they feature a 3/8" laser cut flange for additional strenGTh and a guaranteed leak free fit. All headers are robotically and precision hand welded and then pressure tested to ensure years of reliabilty and performance in the real world. All BBK exhaust headers are available in a bright chrome or polished silver ceramic coated finish and include new exhaust header gaskets, header bolts and hardware to complete the installation.
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