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Hooker 705013109RHKR BlackHeart LS Swap Header, 1967-69 F-Body
Hooker 705013109RHKR BlackHeart LS Swap Header, 1967-69 F-Body

Hooker 705013109RHKR BlackHeart LS Swap Header, 1967-69 F-Body

67-69 Chevy Camaro, 67-69 Pontiac Firebird, Header-Back Exhaust System Type

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Hooker 705013109RHKR BlackHeart LS Swap Header, 1967-69 F-Body
Hooker 705013109RHKR BlackHeart LS Swap Header, 1967-69 F-Body
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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Hooker Headers to ship this item.
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Exhaust System Type:
Header-Back
Single or Dual:
Dual
Exhaust Pipe Size:
3"
Exhaust Exit:
Dual Split Rear
Exhaust Tip Quantity:
0
Exhaust System Material:
304 Stainless Steel
Exhaust System Finish:
Natural
Exhaust Pipe Color:
Natural
Muffler Quantity:
2
Muffler Connections:
Single Inlet | Single Outlet
Muffler Material:
304 Stainless Steel
Muffler Finish:
Natural
Muffler Color:
Natural
Exhaust Tip Color:
Natural
Inlet Quantity:
2
Tailpipe Diameter:
3"
Catalytic Converter(s) Included:
No
Hardware Included:
Yes
Sold in Quantity:
Kit
GTIN Code:
090127742297

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HolleyDAYS are here again! SAVE up to 20% on this part and hundreds of other Holley brands during the 2018 HolleyDAYS sale 11/15/18-12/31/18.

Hooker continues to push the boundaries of performance with the BlackHeart line of exhaust systems for popular DSE (Detroit Speed &

Engineering) equipped 1st Gen F-Bodies. We are proud to offer these header-back exhaust systems that are designed and hand crafted with the same level of detail as the baddest hot rods on the planet.

When it’s time to tear the heart out of the competition – choose BlackHeart!

1967-1969 1st Gen GM F-Body 3" 304SS LS Exhaust w/X-Pipe and Mufflers without Resonator (For use with DSE Subframe & Suspension)

  • Constructed of lightweight 3" diameter, 18-gauge, mandrel bent 304 stainless steel tubing, maximizing strength and durability
  • Designed for use with Hooker Blackheart Long Tube headers PN: 70101329-RHKR or PN: 70101337-RHKR
  • PN: 705013109RHKR offers Siamese X-Pipe with increased scavenging for maximum performance gains
  • 3” stainless steel V band clamps for ease of installation and leak free connection
  • High-flow, TIG-welded 304 SS absorption mufflers with 3” inlet and outlet
  • Stainless steel formed hanger brackets
  • Urethane bushings to reduce vibration & limit movement
  • 100% Hand TIG welded construction
  • Manufacturer’s Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Racing Use Only

Installation Instructions

Notes

For race use only. For vehicles with a GM LS swap and Detroit Speed and Engineering chassis and suspension. Designed for use with Hooker Blackheart long tube headers.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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