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Old 06-02-2011, 04:50 AM
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Decent fitting cheap longtube headers

The current headers on my '73 350 Nova are simply awful. In addition to the usual warped flanges etc., accessing some of the plugs is downright impossible without removing the headers. I just need standard, cheap painted longtube headers for this application. In the past, I have had great luck with Dynomax headers but it looks like they've stopped making them. What other brands fit fairly well and allow plug access? Summit, Flowtech, Hedman, Hooker, others?

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Check out the Patriot brand, low cost and fit up good. I just put a set in a 55 Chevy with a Big block, No problems.
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Cheap headers

I have had good luck with Hedman.
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