Schoenfeld 162 SB Chevy IMCA Headers, 1-3/4 Primary, 3-1/2 Collector
Chevy Small Block V8, Chassis Header Tube Type, Temporary Paint, Standard Flange Style, Steel
- Designed to fit most IMCA modified chassis running a Small Block Chevy Engine
- Can be run upside down to gain clearance
- Ideal choice for tracks requiring mufflers
- Will work with standard port S/B Chevy heads
- Collector diameter measures 3-1/2" and they are 8" in length
These S/B Chevy IMCA headers fit most IMCA modified chassis. Can be run upside down to gain clearance. Good choice for tracks requiring mufflers. For standard port S/B Chevy heads. Gaskets and bolts included.
1-3/4" Primary, 3-1/2" Collector
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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