Hooker 2463HKR Competition Long Tube Header, Painted
Chevy Big Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Temporary Paint, Round Port Flange Style
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Hooker Competition headers offer the best value in the high performance header market. Designed for the value-conscious buyer who is running either a "stock" or "mildly-modified" engine, Hooker Competition headers offer premium features at a very competitive price. Made of durable 16 gauge mild steel tubing, the Hooker Competition header design utilizes a long transition collector to reduce back pressure and increase exhaust flow. A perfect sealing surface is assured with the 5/16" machined flanges, with welded O-ring seals. Experience has proven that this flange size is ideal to maintain header integrity and be pliable enough to seal each exhaust port. Tubing is mandrel-bent to maintain metal strength and provide consistent tube diameter at radii to maximize performance. Hooker Competition headers have a standard finish that features a heat-cured, high-heat-resistant paint. Optionally, the famous Hooker Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coating is available.
- Tuned-length primary tubes for maximum exhaust scavenging and velocity
- Mandrel-bent tubing for smooth exhaust flow
- Sturdy 16 gauge tubing
- Long transition collector for decreased back pressure
- 5/16 machined flanges for a perfect seal
- Industry™s best welds for durability
- Designed for strong street performance
- All necessary hardware included for a complete installation
- Works with factory power steering, power brakes and air conditioning
Application1973 Chevy Blazer
1973 GMC Jimmy
1974 Chevy Blazer
1974 GMC Jimmy
1976 Chevy K10
1976 Chevy K
1976 Chevy K5 Blazer
1976 GMC Jimmy
1977 Chevy K
1977 Chevy K30
1977 Chevy K5 Blazer
1978 Chevy K
1978 Chevy K5 Blazer
1979 Chevy K10
1980 Chevy K10
1980 Chevy K
1980 Chevy K30
1981 Chevy K30
1982 Chevy K30
1983 Chevy K30
1984 Chevy K30
1985 Chevy K30
1986 Chevy K30
NotesWill not fit Turbo 400 unless trans crossmember is set back 2 in. at the mount. Will not accommodate power take off. The paint applied to these headers is a temporary coating only and is designed to burn off during use. High temperature paint or other high temperature coatings are recommended.
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