Small Block Chevy Header Kit, 1-3/4 Standard Port, 3 Inch Collector
Universal Fit, Roadster Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Natural, Weld-Up
- Features 18 gauge mild steel
- Fabrication required
Save money by welding and assembling your own headers! These small block Chevy header kits will work for many racing and rodding applications. It includes everything you need to assemble a pair of high-quality headers: eight mandrel-bent primary tubes, two pre-formed collectors, two extra-thick standard-port flanges, two gaskets, and 12 header bolts.
Designed for the seasoned, hands-on enthusiast, weld up headers will require some cutting, fitting and welding.
- Thick 5/16" steel flanges
- Mandrel-bent 16-gauge mild steel tubing
- Pre-formed 4-into-1 collectors
- 8" length from longest tube flange to bend
- 5" length from shortest tube flange to the bend
Item Details1-3/4" Standard Port, 3" Collector
Header Dimension Chart (JPG)
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