Small Block Chevy Louvered Exhaust Manifold Covers, Chrome, Pair
Chevy Small Block V8, 18.75" Overall Length, 3.13" Overall Width, 7.50" Overall Height, Steel
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Premium chrome plated steel. Excellent detail for street rods or custom S/B Chevy installations where space is a problem. Louvered for added cooling. These covers are designed specifically for stock "Ram's Horn" exhaust manifolds, pre 1979 with left hand side dipstick block. These are NOT intended for headers and will not work with aftermarket manifolds or headers.
- Overall length: 18.75"
- Overall width: 3.13"
- Overall height: 7.50"
- Premium chrome plated steel
- Louvered for added cooling
- For stock Ram's Horn exhaust manifolds
- NOT for use with headers
- For 1955-1979 small block Chevy (LH dipstick)
NotesIf using a later motor in a hot rod or muscle car and wanting to run these covers you will need to use the cast manifolds they are designed for. Currently these covers are not offered for other exhaust header or manifold applications.
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