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Old 11-15-2012, 08:43 PM   #1
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So, I ordered these headers for my 75, with a 350. When I installed them I didn't see the drop the headers had below the car. The drop is about 3 inches from the ground. They definitely don't look right. Has anyone ever experienced this? Any recommendations on a brand of headers that will not drop so low and hug closer to the engine and transmission area?
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Sorry I don't have a recommendation for you but am wondering what brand those are so I can stay away from them. Thanks!
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Yeah what brand, and do you have a link to the way you purchased them?
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No doubt those are not Corvette headers. The collector length is too short for most automotive applications. My best guess from years of selling headers is those are for a truck or a full size chassis car but the short collector and downward angle is identical to truck headers.

This is what Hooker ceramic coats look like as a reference for you.




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