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Old 07-27-2006, 09:42 PM
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454 swap in a 3rd gen

This is the issue, My friend has put a 454 in a 3rd gen. camaro. Does anybody make headers for this kind of swap? Its a basic 454 nothing but a cam and a intake. the block huggers won't work. Have any of you done this before? Any help is great.

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Old 07-27-2006, 09:52 PM
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google kooks custom headers they are really expnsive, but they can make almost anything
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How are you at fab? My uncle put a 454 in an S10 Blazer. He bought some flanges, and I built headers that worked. The driver side looked a little funky, because it was tight, but they worked.
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we are debating on building our own but if we could we are gonna buy. We have built headers to swap a 350 into a 280 z. we have the headers that fit a suburban to use as a base line, long tubes.
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