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Nascar stainless steel headers for yblock

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http://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/96e11f20-68ef-4665-a07c-e2fc.jpgAs I shipping of these Toyota pro fab nascar headers to an Aussie fabricator . I thought to myself  . Looks like an easy adapt to yblock . Account the slip fit design . Easy reweld on the flanges .  These headers can be made shorter or longer . I would be interested doing some if there was an interest .   I also  a vendor at the PRI show in Indy  . Talked with a few high tech aluminum sand casting companys . For  reversible high flow .water pump and  cam cover .  These headers have 1 7/8ths primaries stepped to 2" all flowed , weigh less than 30 lbs   ,can put oval outlets for low clearance . I keep 10 sets in stock .    

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That's an interesting idea, but which of our applications are they going to fit? Typically, the pass side is easier, but on the driver's side the steering box, the clutch Z bar, sometimes the oil filter, are a clearance problem. The motor mounts play into this also.

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These are for the hardcore builder and racer .  I am always thinking up and making things work better . 

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miker (12/24/2015)
That's an interesting idea, but which of our applications are they going to fit?



A dragster aplication. Smile
A passenger car's steering gear and that 8. And 7. Cylinder's long bends doesnt seem to fit with together but headers otherwise looks quite nice.


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