Schoenfeld 1014LV Sprint Car Headers, 1-3/4 - 1-7/8, 3-1/2, Std Port
Chevy Small Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Temporary Paint, Standard Flange Style
- Headers are engineered for both low end torque and top end H.P.
- Featuring 3-1/2" from flange to bend, and approximately 32" primary tubes
- Primaries are made from 18-gauge steel
- Features a welded construction to clear 4" from head to inside tube
- Flange is 1/4" thick and has a port width of 1.49"
Stepped for both low end torque and top end H.P. Headers feature 3-1/2" from flange to bend, and approximately 32" primary tubes. 18 gallon primary tubes, headers welded to clear 4" from head to inside tube. Bolts directly to your head comes with bolts and gaskets.
Item Details3-1/2" Collector
Installation TipsThe paint on Schoenfeld headers protects them after the manufacturing process and during shipping - it is not designed as a final finish. It is recommended that this protective paint be stripped and a high heat coating/paint designed for use on headers.
Welded to clear 4 inches from the head to inside of the header.
Header Dimension Chart (JPG)
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