Big Block Chevy Sprint Style Headers, Raw Finish
Universal Fit, Roadster Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Natural
- Feature 1 7/8" primaries and are available in plain steel, chrome plated or AHC coated (outside only)
- Fits most B/B head/ports
- Extensions and mufflers sold separately
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)
NotesThese headers are treated with a light coating of anti-corrosion paint to avoid rust during shipment and on the shelf. This coating must be removed entirely before painting with a high-temp paint for final installation. Coating can be removed with lacquer thinner.
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