Big Block Chevy Sprint Style Headers, Chrome
Universal Fit, Roadster Header Tube Type, Chrome, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Chrome
- Ideal for sprint cars and open-wheeled racers
- Will fit Big Block Chevy's
- Chrome Finish
- 16-gauge steel construction
- Will fit 396-502 standard deck blocks
Modeled after headers used on sprint cars and other open-wheel racers, these big-block Chevy Sprint headers have an aggressive competition style and quality construction that makes them a popular choice for T-bucket roadsters and other early fender-less street rods. They route the exhaust outside the frame rail and along the side of the car.
- Aggressive competition-influenced design
- Great style for early roadsters
- Manufactured from durable 16-gauge steel
- Fits 396-502 standard deck blocks
- Extensions and mufflers are sold separately
Header Dimensions (GIF)
Chrome Warning: Due to a revised chroming process brought on by recent EPA regulations and high labor costs, today's chrome is not the quality of days gone by. Be Aware: Exhaust components which are chrome plated are now much more susceptible to blueing, blistering, peeling & corrosion. No warranty or returns on chrome exhaust items once them have been installed.
Not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled vehicles
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