Hooker 5320-1HKR Super Competition Full Length Header, Ceramic Coated
Chrysler Big Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Silver ceramic coated, Steel, Silver
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for Hooker Headers to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
HolleyDays INSTANT REBATE. Select Holley, MSD, Mr Gasket, Earl's Performance, Demon Carburetion, Weiand, Lakewood, Superchips, Diablo Sport, RacePak, Hooker, NOS, Flowtech, Frostbite Performance Cooling, Mallory Ignition, STS Turbo, Hays, Accel, Quick Time, Edge, Quick Fuel, Anvil, Bright Earth, Flowmaster, Hurst, B&M, APR, Dinan, XDR discounted up to 10% through December 31, 2019.
Hooker Adjustable race headers allow you to change your header primary tube lengths, collector lengths and diameters and collector types (Classic 4 into 1, Merged and Split-Flow). By altering the relationship between the primary length and collector diameter and length it is possible to increase or decrease the torque and horsepower output at any specific R.P.M. level. For a slick track the header primaries or collectors can be shortened to decrease the low end torque for better traction. Larger diameter collectors will also reduce low end torque. On a good track with lots of bite, extending the primaries or collectors will pick up bottom end power for a harder launch and awesome e.t.'s. Smaller collector diameters will also increase low end torque. Hooker adjustable headers have taken more Pro Stock drivers to the championship than any other brand.
- Most Durable Available
- Provides Finest Fit
- Keep Top End Horsepower
- Monstrous Low-Mid Range Torque
- Long Transition Collectors
- Long Tube Lengths
Application1962 Plymouth Belvedere
1963 Plymouth Belvedere
1964 Plymouth Belvedere
1965 Dodge Coronet
1965 Plymouth Belvedere
1966 Plymouth Belvedere
1967 Dodge Charger
1967 Plymouth Belvedere
1968 Dodge Charger
1968 Plymouth Belvedere
1968 Plymouth Roadrunner
1969 Dodge Charger
1969 Plymouth Belvedere
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner
1970 Dodge Challenger
1970 Dodge Charger
1970 Plymouth Barracuda
1970 Plymouth Belvedere
1970 Plymouth Roadrunner
1971 Dodge Challenger
1971 Dodge Charger
1971 Plymouth Barracuda
1971 Plymouth Roadrunner
1972 Dodge Challenger
1972 Dodge Charger
1972 Plymouth Roadrunner
1973 Dodge Challenger
1973 Dodge Charger
1973 Plymouth Roadrunner
1974 Dodge Challenger
1974 Dodge Charger
1974 Plymouth Roadrunner
More Like This
Hooker 5111-1HKR Super Competition Full Length Header, Ceramic Coated
Hooker 5111HKR Super Competition Full Length Header, Painted
Hooker 5320HKR Super Competition Full Length Header, Painted
Doug's Headers D451 Full Length Header, 1-3/4 In, 62-72 Mopar, CC
Doug's Headers D451-R Full Length Header, 1-3/4 In, 62-72 Mopar, Raw
Doug's Headers D451-B Full Length Header, 1-3/4 In, 62-72 Mopar, Blk
Doug's Headers D452-B Full Length Header, 2 In, 62-72 Mopar, Blk
Hooker 5903-3HKR Competition Full Length Header, Black Ceramic Coated
Hooker 5020-1HKR Super Competition Shorty Header, Ceramic Coated
Hooker 5901-1HKR Competition Full Length Header, Ceramic Coated
Q & A
Maintaining your headers is an important part of any hot rod. Pat gives some tips and demonstrates how well Purple Metal Polish works for keeping your headers looking great.
Watch our video on the ceramic coating process for Armor Hot Coating. Headers coated with Armor Hot Coating protect your car without sacrificing looks.
Jeremy explains the different options of headers that Speedway Motors offers for Demolition Derby cars. Watch this video to see a variety of options and the benefits of certain headers.
Tim gives a little bit of history on the Ford Y Block and shows some of the parts we have to offer.
Our Tru-Ram Exhaust Manifolds are one of our most popular items. Tim provides more details about them and gives you a great look at them.
In this Tech Tip, John explains the design behind a set of headers destined for a Tri-5 using a traditional rack and pinion style steering system.
A new motor deserves new exhaust. Click here for a rundown on selecting the best setup!