Hooker Headers 70101507HKR Long Tube Header, 1967-72 Camaro/Nova
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Hooker Blackheart Headers LS Swap component systems are 1967-1969 GM F-Body (Camaro and Firebird) and 1968-1974 GM X-Body (Chevy Nova, Pontiac Ventura, Buick Apollo and Oldsmobile Omega) vehicles. This long tube header is finished in black paint and features 1 3/4" primary tubing flowing through high quality steel tubing and exiting in a tightly formed collector all designed for maximum ground clearance and power generation.
This complements Hooker’s initial Second Gen F-Body (Camaro and Firebird) component systems that debuted last Fall, which made it easier than ever to install a General Motors LS Series or 4.8-6.2L Vortec series truck engine in one of these classic platforms.
All Hooker Headers are designed to maximize exhaust flow with optimized bend geometry to deliver increased power and torque without compromising fitment. A key requirement when designing the new Hooker LS Swap Header system was to obtain the highest ground clearance possible.
- 3 inch collector diameter
- Black painted finish
- Long tube
- Mild steel construction
- 1-3/4 inch tube diameter
- 10 inch length
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