Ford FE 352-428 Header Kit, 2 Inch Tube, 3-1/2 Inch Collector
Save money by welding and assembling your own headers! This B/B FE Ford header kit will work for many racing and rodding applications where 332, 352, 390, 406, 427, and 428 engines are used. It includes everything you need to assemble a pair of high-quality headers.
Designed for the seasoned, hands-on enthusiast, weld up headers will require some cutting, fitting and welding.
- (8) 18-gauge mild steel 2" mandrel-bent primary tubes
- (2) Pre-formed 3-1/2" collectors
- (2) Extra-thick standard-port 5/16" flanges
- (2) Gaskets
- Header bolts
Item Details352, 360, 390, 427 & 428 B/B FE Ford
- This product is discontinued.
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