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Headers for a 1967 El Camino

Hi y'all. I'm in the process of installing a new hyd. roller cam (comp cam: XR264HR) along with a Weiand 8019 and Holley 750.

I was wondering if the Headman Headers 68190 would be a good match for this? Right now there is just the stock exhaust manifolds.

Thank you.

Oh yeah. Are Locking Header Bolts something I should pick up if I get the headers?

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If this is a streeter then using any brand name header will be fine. Hedman is a good one and should work fine with your combination. Locking bolts are a good idea as well, but I found using some hi-temp silicone on the threads holds the bolts tight and they can be taken out with no problems.
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If this is a streeter then using any brand name header will be fine. Hedman is a good one and should work fine with your combination. Locking bolts are a good idea as well, but I found using some hi-temp silicone on the threads holds the bolts tight and they can be taken out with no problems.
Cool. thank you for the silicone tip!
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