Hooker Headers LS Turbo Exhaust System Kit, Universal
Universal Fit, Turbo-Back Exhaust System Type, Dual Single or Dual, 1.625" Exhaust Pipe Size
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Take the guess-work out of your turbo LS powered build with our new Hooker GM LS Turbo Exhaust Manifold kit. Hooker has gone above and beyond once again to make powering your dreams even easier with a simple, effective cast turbo style V-band manifolds and crossover tube to ease the stresses of building your turbo LS machine! Designed and engineered to fit your transmission and engine needs, it could not get any easier than with our Hooker GM LS Turbo Exhaust Manifold Kit!
- (1) Hooker Headers LS Turbo Exhaust Manifold
- (1) Hooker Headers LS Turbo Cross-Over Tube
Hooker Headers LS Turbo Exhaust Manifold
Holley’s new LS Turbo Exhaust Manifolds are made from cast iron and allow a simpler and easier way to add a turbo to your muscle car. These manifolds are made from High-Silicon-Moly ductile iron and are much more durable & retain more heat than fabricated headers. The manifolds kits include v-band clamps & flanges, heater hose heat shield, and header bolts. A turbo cross-over tube is used to connect the two manifolds.
- Designed to Integrate w/ Most Common LS Swap Applications & Components
- 3” V-Band Outlet – 2.25” V-Band Crossover Connections
- Heat Shield to Protect Heater Hoses
- Hardware Included – Stainless Steel V-Band Clamps, V-Band Flanges & Header Bolts
Hooker Headers LS Turbo Cross-Over Tube
The cross-over tubes are made from 16-gauge, mandrel bent 304 stainless steel and include a flex joint and v-band flanges welded on for an easy bolt-on fit. These parts work with most common LS swap parts (i.e. motor mounts, swap oil pan, and accessory drive systems) & provide the basic building blocks needed to complete a custom turbo system for your GM LS engine.
- Choose Cross-Over Tube Based on Type of Transmission & Bell-Housing
- Cross-Over Tubes Are 16 Gauge, Mandrel Bent 304 Stainless Steel & Include a Flex Joint & V-Band Flanges
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Hooker Headers 8510HKR GM LS Turbo Exhaust ManifoldPart # 4258510HKRQty x 1
Hooker Headers 8517HKR LS Turbo Cross-Over Tube Builder KitPart # 4258517HKRQty x 1
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