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Old 03-30-2005, 00:35   #1 (permalink)
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Extractors needed 1 3/4" primaries for Mustang

Fellas,
Im pulling my hair out trying to find a set of headers that have 1 3/4" primaries for my 65 mustang 347ci.

I have a set of hooker headers, but they are only 1 1/2, and instead of having my exhaust shop chop them up and extend/open the secondaries, by flanging open the primaries, i wouldn't mind trying to find a set that fits.

Rather than paying $1000 for custom headers that aren't tuned length.

Any insight would be much appreciated.
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Re: Extractors needed 1 3/4" primaries for Mustang

The trouble is the bolt holes are not spaced apart enough..
The pacemaker that are 1 3/4 have a plate between header flange to widen bolt holes...I guess you need custom extractors? That are oval or higher and not as wide...
www.liverpoolexhaust.com.au make some TE50 big bore extractors now.. BUT make sure you get the correct ones...
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Re: Extractors needed 1 3/4" primaries for Mustang

Im in Sydney. Liverpool exhausts want $1500 for custom extractors.
Im thinking the best way maybe to chop the Hooker 1 1/2" extractors up.
Even if i could just get myself a set of second hand headers that are bigger than
1 1/2" for Windsor, and get Best Mufflers to fix them up.

www.bestmufflers.com.au , have a look at Chris's site, and let me know what you think of his x-pipe design.

Do you guys have any good exhaust places that can do a mild steel dual 3" X system for a mustang for a reasonable price? Liverpool exhaust want $1300, which is way steep.
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