Block Hugger Tight-Fit Headers for ZZ4 Crate Motor, Plain
If you are lucky enough to have a GM small block crate motor with D-port heads (FastBurn, ZZ4, etc.) you will find that regular headers just don't work. These block hugger headers were specifically designed for these heads. Features 1-5/8" primary tubes and 2-1/2" collectors with 2" reducers. Includes bolts and gaskets. These shorty headers have a tight-tuck design for narrow frame rails to make difficult installations easy.
- Collector exits parallel with the oil pan rail for maximum ground clearance
- Made from lightweight & sturdy 18 gauge tubing
- Tight-tuck design for narrow frame rails
Header Dimensions (GIF)
- This product is discontinued.
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