Schoenfeld 1056LAP Sprint Car Headers, 2 Inch, All Pro Head
Chevy Small Block V8, Full-length Header Tube Type, Temporary Paint, Spread Port Flange Style
- There are over 200 degrees of bends removed for increased flow and 8-10 hp increase
- Fits standard Chevy, Brodix spread port and now all pro spread port pattern heads
- Collector has a 3-1/2" diameter and are approximately 12-3/4" long
- Laser cut flanges are designed to clear down nozzles
- Welded to clear 4" from head to inside tube
Over 200 degrees of bends removed for increased flow and 8-10 hp increase. Fits standard Chevy, Brodix spread port and now all pro spread port pattern heads. Laser cut flanges to clear down nozzles. Headers welded to clear 4" from head to inside tube. Approximately 32" 18-gauge primary tubes and 3-1/2" collectors. Comes with bolts and gaskets.
Item DetailsAll Pro Head
NotesThe 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.
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