Trans-Dapt 11/07/95 CJS Chevy Vega V8 Conversion Kit
Full-length Header Tube Type, Temporary Paint, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Black, Weld-Up
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Fits small block Chevy V8 with automatic or manual transmissions. Works with "short" style water pump. Slight modification to oil pan and car's floor pan will be needed. Minimal cutting and welding required.
- Includes motor mount brackets, bushings, plates and rear crossmember
- Uncoated, full length mandrel bent headers
- Mounts 283-400 S/B Chevy and LT1
- Designed for use with TH-350 automatic trans
Note: Will not fit angle plug heads, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning or a Powerglide transmission.
418-68340 Instructions (PDF)
720-4686 Instructions (PDF)
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What's In The Kit
Trans-Dapt 4686 Vega V8 Swap Mounts OnlyPart # 7204686Qty x 1
Hedman Vega V8 Swap Headers OnlyPart # 41868340Qty x 1
Q & A
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