Schoenfeld 185CM2 Street Stock Crate Engine Headers, 1-5/8 Inch
602 GM Chevy Crate Engine, Circle Track Header Tube Type, Temporary Paint, Steel, Black
Street Stock Crate Motor Headers from Schoenfeld
- Fits 602 Crate Engine in:
- 1973-1988 Chevy Malibu, Monte Carlo, Pontiac Grand Prix, Olds Cutlass, Buick Regal
- 1970-1981 Camaro
- Clears side and rear engine mounts. Will fit straight or angle plug heads.
- Will not fit stock manual clutch linkage ball or air-condition box. Must use short oil filter, such as Wix 51069 or AC PF24
- Bolts and gaskets included
- 1 5/8" Tube Diameter
- 3" Collector Diameter
- 8" Collector Length
The 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.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
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Tim gives a little bit of history on the Ford Y Block and shows some of the parts we have to offer.
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In this Tech Tip, John explains the design behind a set of headers destined for a Tri-5 using a traditional rack and pinion style steering system.