Patriot Exhaust H8403-1 Full Length Header, 64-73 Mustang, CC
260 Ford Small Block V8, 289 Ford Small Block V8, 302 Ford Small Block V8, Steel, Silver
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Coated Patriot Header for SBF Mustang (64-73), Falcon (66-70), Fairlane (66-73), Comet (66-69), Ranchero (66-73). Will not fit 351 Windsor
Don't give up looking for headers for your vehicle. Patriot offers headers for many applications at prices you can afford. Built with surface machined thick steel flanges for a great seal and mandrel bent mild steel tubing. Patriot headers are available raw or with metallic ceramic coating. Unlike paint or chrome, metallic ceramic coating is easy to keep clean, resists rust and corrosion and will not discolor. Metallic ceramic coating also reduces underhood temperatures. All Patriot headers come with installation hardware, collector reducers, gaskets and instructions. Please see our online catalog for specific information like tube size, port shape and collector size.
- Full length headers are typically used for higher RPM horsepower, but can also increase the mid range torque in applications were there is room to fit a long tube design.
- Durable 18-gauge tubing
- Comes complete with gaskets, header bolts and collector reducers.
- Available in three finishes; raw steel for individual customizing, Hi-Temp Black Coating or Metallic Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coating
- Limited One Year Warranty
Application1966-1967 Ford Fairlane 4.7L/289 V8
1968-1970 Ford Fairlane 5L/302 V8
1966-1968 Ford Falcon 4.7L/289 V8
1968-1970 Ford Falcon 5L/302 V8
1964 Ford Mustang 4.3L/260 V8
1964-1968 Ford Mustang 4.7L/289 V8
1968-1972 Ford Mustang 5L/302 V8
1966-1967 Ford Ranchero 4.7L/289 V8
1968-1973 Ford Ranchero 5L/302 V8
1968-1973 Ford Torino 5L/302 V8
1967-1968 Mercury Cougar 4.7L/289 V8
1968-1971 Mercury Cougar 5L/302 V8
1966-1967 Mercury Cyclone 4.7L/289 V8
1968-1971 Mercury Cyclone 5L/302 V8
1968-1973 Mercury Montego 5L/302 V8
- Patriot Exhaust H8403-1 1 5/8" Full Length Header Ford Mustang Small Block Ford 64-73 Metallic Ceramic Coating
- Collector: 3"
- Port: SAP
- Primary: 1 5/8"
- Requires Pwr. Strg. Brkt PN H7609.
- Will Not Fit Dart/Windsor Heads
- with A/C
- with Floor Shifter
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