Flowtech 11108FLT Mid Length Header
Chevy Small Block V8, Mid-Length Header Tube Type, Painted, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Black
- Features tuned-length primary tubes for street performance
- Has mandrel-bent tubing for smooth exhaust flow
- Manufactured from lightweight and sturdy 16 gauge tubing
- Engineered with easy, trouble-free installation in mind
- Will fit several 67-91 GM vehicles (see list)
Flowtech headers are the perfect combination of performance and value. Flowtech long tube headers are precision engineered using mandrel bent tubing, formed collectors and 5/16" flanges with sealing rings for a leak-free seal. All mounting hardware and gaskets are included for a simple installation. This header is coated in a high heat resistant black paint for a stealthy appearance.
- Tuned-length primary tubes for street performance
- Mandrel-bent tubing for smooth exhaust flow
- Light weight & sturdy 16 gauge tubing
- Mandrel-formed Power Plenum collector for low back pressure
- Sturdy, leak-tested O-Ring port seals
- Engineered for a precision fit
- Designed for easy, trouble-free installation
- Includes all mounting hardware and premium gaskets
- Shorty style header, will also work with catalytic converter equipped vehicles. Head pipe fabrication required
70-87 Monte Carlo
71-91 Mid Length Size
78-87 Olds Cutlass & 442
Primary Tube Size 1.5"
Collector Size 2.5"
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