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Have 67 SS Chevelle 396 TH400 etc. Currently in paint. Fixing and upgrading countless other areas. One question i need answered...Need info on headers for my application. Temp coated, 3" collector,1 7/8" primary. Eng. is street/strip as was turned 13.0 with a big bog at the line. Beleived to have fixed bog. Pics. to follow when i figure out how to.
 

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Do a search for headers, or big block headers, there have been a few recent discussions of this here with everyone weighing in on what fit and worked well and what didn't for them.

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I like my Hooker Comp headers, 2" tubes, had to ding em a little to get them to fit in my 72 malibu, and they hang down about 3" below the front cross member,drags every once in a while...

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1972 Malibu,461 cid.
 

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I discovered these by accident and now, after experience with a few cars (2 of my own), I am super pleased with Dynomax ceramic coated from Summit. The call is an 800, price $199, no tax and free shipping. Best deal for the money I have found on the Planet.
But whatever you get, pay the extra for coated. Best extra money you can spend.

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