Flowtech 13500FLT Long Tube Header, Painted, 1.625 Inch Tube Size
Chrysler Small Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Painted, Standard Flange Style, Steel
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.
- Fuel Economy From The Engine
- Leak Test For Max Performance
- Mandrel-Formed Power Plenum
- Leakproof O-Ringed Port Seals
- Include All Mounting Hardware
- Constructed of .049 cold roll flash mild steel tubing
- Precision engineered for fit, performance and econonmy
72-93 Dodge/Plymouth 2WD & 4WD pick-up
1/2 & 3/4 Ton
74-93 Ramcharger/Trailduster 4WD
Tube Size 1.625"
Collector Size 3"
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Q & A
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