S/B Chevy Hugger Tight-Fit Headers, Angle Plug Heads, Stainless Steel
Universal Fit, Block Hugger Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Stainless Steel
The block hugger headers come with bolts, gaskets and reducers. The port openings on the tight fit headers are round and work fine on heads with round or rectangle ports.
Header Dimensions (GIF)
- Can be used with most oil filter systems and transmission/starter combinations.
- Does not fit '55-'57 Chevy cars, Camaros, or other modern vehicles which have a crossmember below the engine's center two exhaust ports.
NOTE: Stainless header tubing when exposed to exhaust temperature will cause the finish to change color which will vary with the exhaust temperature. Please note that the finish of the header when the engine is started, will change to a light champagne color to a darker gold finish and in some instance may even turn dark blue or purple. This can be polished back out when utilizing Blue-away or Simi-chrome polish, but please note that when the headers reach running temperature again, they will immediately change color.
Header Dimensions (GIF)
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