ZZ-4 Tight-Fit Small Block Chevy Block Hugger Headers, Raw Finish
Universal Fit, Block Hugger Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Steel, Natural
- Extra mid-to-upper rpm power
- 1 5/8" primary and 2 1/2" collectors
- Universal application
If you are using 1992-and-later LT4 style D-port heads in your street rod, these tight-fit headers are for you. The tight-fit design fits in a wide variety of applications, and the shorty headers have built-in OEM-style donut seals on the collectors so no gaskets or collector reducers are needed.
- Compact design
- OEM-style exhaust pipe connection
- 3/8” thick flanges w/ oval 1.29" x 1.67" port configuration
- Header bolts and exhaust gaskets are included
- Collector reducers are not included but are offered below
- May require modifications to accommodate knock sensors in some applications
Header Dimensions (GIF)
- 1992 and later LT-4 engines
- Compact design will fit a wide variety of early street rods
- Will not fit 1955-1957 Chevys, Camaros, Chevelles or other modern cars with crossmembers under the two center exhaust ports
NotesThese headers are treated with a light coating of anti-corrosion paint to avoid rust during shipment and on the shelf. This coating must be removed entirely before painting with a high-temp paint for final installation. Coating can be removed with lacquer thinner.
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