Dynatech® 760-44410 Long Tube BBC Side Exit Header Kit, 2.38-2.50
Chevy Big Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Natural
- Specially designed with ease of assembly and performance in mind
- Tubes are tack welded together to make it easy to completely assemble or make changes
- Made from durable steel with a natural finish
- Primaries have a 2-3/8 to 2-1/2" stepped diameter
- An optional ceramic coating is available once you assemble your kit
These Long Tube Big Block Chevy Header kits are designed with ease of assembly and performance in mind. The tubes are tack welded together to make it easy to completely assemble or make changes. Collectors are sold separately. See part numbers 783-91245, 783-91250, 783-91246, 784-91245 or 784-91250 for Standard Collectors or part numbers 780-03510 for Merge Style Collectors . Note: When using part numbers 784-91245 or 784-91250 be sure to order part number 794-00022 (Star Plug)
Optional Ceramic Coating is available once you assemble your kit.
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