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Old 12-25-2011, 08:28 PM
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66 Nova Headers small block 350 ci- best choice

:welcome: Any advice regarding headers that will be an easy fit for 66 Nova 350 small block. I've seen some thumbs up for Sanderson. Any long headers that fit well or would it be best to go shorty? Thanks!
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I have done Sanderson, Hooker and another long tube (can;t remember brand)

Sanderson by a long shot!

Anything else is a just a PITA!!!!!!!!!

Just completed a 63 with Sanderson. You can install the engine with headers on!













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Appreciate it, Big Al. Unfortunately, I had already purchased Flo-tech long. Still struggling. Your car turned out sweet. If I need to I'll try the Sanderson. They look great!
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Big Al - Do you recall the part # for the Sanderson shorties? Was it CC-14? Again, appreciate your help. Thx, Toddtex
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yes CC-14

http://www.sandersonheaders.com/Sand...8-72-Nova.html

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