Doug's Headers D202-R Full Length Header, 1-7/8 In, 68-72 Skylark, Raw
400 Buick Big Block V8, 430 Buick Big Block V8, 455 Buick Big Block V8, Raw, Steel, Natural
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Doug's PASSENGER CAR HEADERS Long Tube Raw Steel Header development and design is complex and requires a substantial amount of time and resources to do the job right! Many manufacturers are unwilling to make the commitment and instead offer compromised headers at lower prices. Doug's will not compromise performance, quality or fit to compete with inferior designs at cheap prices. Every Doug's header is tuned with the proper tube size and length to efficiently remove all the exhaust from each cylinder, reducing pumping losses resulting in a dramatic increases in horsepower and torque. Doug's headers are carefully developed on the vehicles they are intended to fit and are re-checked numerous times during the design and manufacturing process.
- 3/8" Thick machined flanges...no warping
- CNC mandrel bent tubes... accurate fit & better flow
- Precision formed long transition collectors and long tube design... reduces backpressure and increases higher RPM horsepower
- Heavy 16 gauge tubing...longer life
- Tubes are pre-polished to remove scratches and the header is left unfinished (raw steel) for individual customizing
Application1971-1972 Buick Centurion 7.5L/455 V8
1970-1972 Buick Electra 7.5L/455 V8
1968-1969 Buick Electra 7L/430 V8
1970-1972 Buick Estate Wagon 7.5L/455 V8
1968-1969 Buick GS 400 6.6L/400 V8
1970-1972 Buick GS 455 7.5L/455 V8
1970-1972 Buick LeSabre 7.5L/455 V8
1970-1972 Buick Riviera 7.5L/455 V8
1968-1969 Buick Riviera 7L/430 V8
1968-1969 Buick Skylark 6.6L/400 V8
1970-1972 Buick Skylark 7.5L/455 V8
1968 Buick Sportwagon 6.6L/400 V8
1970 Buick Sportwagon 7.5L/455 V8
1970 Buick Wildcat 7.5L/455 V8
1968-1969 Buick Wildcat 7L/430 V8
- Doug's Headers D202-R 1 7/8" 4-Tube Full Length Header Buick Skylark 400-455 68-72 Raw Steel
- Raw Steel
- Collector: 3
- Port Shape: SAP
- Primary Tube: 1 7/8
- emissions code: legal only for off-highway use (except in California or states that have adopted California emission standards)
- with A/C
- with Floor Shifter
- with Column Shift
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Q & A
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