Beyea IDM-602-NSMD2 IMCA Dirt Modified 4-1 Header
602 GM Chevy Crate Engine, 4 to 1 Header Tube Type, Painted, Standard Flange Style, Steel
- Features a 4 to 1 style construction
- Collector is 9" long with a 10" down turn
- Specifically designed for the GM 602 crate engine
- Primaries measures 1-5/8" in diameter and the collector is 2-3/4" in diameter
- Fits Allan (2007-Up) Bullet, Edge, Hamilton, Harris, Jet, LG By Owens, Rage, Razor, SB Chassis, Skyrocket
Finding any advantage is key to success in dirt track racing; Be the first to victory lane with Beyea Headers! A proven performer and a name known around the world - Beyea Headers are a tried and tested solution to your horsepower problems. 15 years of dedicated research and design has gone into each and every header from Beyea Headers to make sure that you get every last bit of useable power out of your engine to propel you to the top step of the podium!
- Includes gaskets
- 602 sport mod headers
- Collector Length: 2-3/4" x 9" with 10" turn down
Fits Allan (2007-Up) Bullet, Edge, Hamilton, Harris, Jet, LG By Owens, Rage, Razor, SB Chassis, Skyrocket
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