Flowtech 11706-7FLT Tight Fit Block Hugger Header, Stainless Steel
Universal Fit, Block Hugger Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Stainless Steel
Flowtech Headers are the perfect combination of quality and value. This block hugger header fits all popular hot rods with the popular Chevy LS motors. This header is constructed of 304 stainless steel for maximum corrosion resistance and a high end look.
- Tight fit block hugger design for popular hot rod and street rods powered by the popular Chevy LS motors
- Mandrel-bent tubes provide consistent tubing diameters for smooth flow and increased exhaust velocity
- Heavy duty 16-gauge tubing for increased strength and durability
- Smooth transition, 1-5/8 diameter primary tubes are used for increased exhaust flow increasing performance and improving throttle response
- TIG Welded 2-1/2 collector for maximum strength
- Machined 3/8 header flange for a leak-free seal and maximum strength
- Premium aluminum header gaskets included
- Adapter tubes are supplied for easy exhaust connection
- This header is constructed of 304 stainless steel for maximum corrosion resistance and an elegant style
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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