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01-30-2013 12:02 AM
327NUT Hard to say about the clearances but the Buick and Chevy share the same exhaust port configuration. I don't know how close the ports are off but with some good fabrication you should be able to change out the flange. Make sure you buy 3/8" thick flanges though, more material to weld to and less chances of warpage. You can find the flanges on ebay, I bought a nice set of 3/8" for $45...shipped.
01-29-2013 06:11 PM
Header flange change

I got a buick 350 which im about to take out a put a sbc motor in i wanted to know if i could use my buick headers if i change the flage to a sbc so i wouldnt have no issues with clearance on the motor swap.

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