Dynatech® 711-65910 Chevy 604 Crate Header Kit, 1-5/8 - 1-3/4 Inch
604 GM Chevy Crate Engine, Circle Track Header Tube Type, Raw, Crate Flange Flange Style
These Stainless Steel 604 Crate Engine Dirt Late Model Header Kits have been designed specifically for use with 604 Crate Engines. Special designed port to get the most power out of your Crate Engine. CNC Laser Cut Flanges and optimized tube length for best overall performance. 100% Stainless Steel construction and surfaced flanges make this a durable header that remains leak free for multiple racing seasons. This is a complete kit that comes with the 80 degree elbow for the left side and a 14.00 extension for the right side to equal out the system and two Stainless Steel Tq Boosters all in one box. Comes standard with a Full One Year Warranty. ½ sets (Crash Replacements) are also available.
Fits the following chassis
Bernheisel, Dirt Tek, Lazer, Mastersbilt Rayburn, Warrior
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