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Old 07-09-2007, 07:10   #1 (permalink)
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Alrights guys after 15 years its time to get headers, another set for my ride.
72 torino sport fastback, 351 clev 4v closed chambers heads c-6, I spent 2 hours looking and there is not one header aval. for my car with a C-6 for under 699. summit and jeggs both have 2v set ups. Hooker is not an option, i have tried them and they sucked, unless somethings changed. Your input would be greatly apprieciated. I do run a complete exhaust 2.5 all the way out. this all started with changing out my flow masters to Dyno max and found one of my primary tubes are split. So its time, but I am pretty frustrated in my search. Geo
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Try Hedman. I've had good luck so far with a set on my 69 Fairlane (not Torino) convertible, ex FMX now Tremec 3550 with Ford Econoline hydraulic clutch stuff. Be sure and get them coated, in fact check with "Jet Hot." They were selling new stuff from all manufacturers cheaper than you can get them coated locally.
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Old 08-30-2007, 21:24   #3 (permalink)
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Try Hedman. I've had good luck so far with a set on my 69 Fairlane (not Torino) convertible, ex FMX now Tremec 3550 with Ford Econoline hydraulic clutch stuff. Be sure and get them coated, in fact check with "Jet Hot." They were selling new stuff from all manufacturers cheaper than you can get them coated locally.
got hooker equal length they went on well, i,m getting it prepped for my step-son to run high school drags at bandimere raceway, labor day weekend.
should be fun. the last time i had it there went 6 rounds, to semi final at fun ford weekend. Geo.
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here is a few pics
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Let us know how it goes at bandimere raceway.
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Let us know how it goes at bandimere raceway.
Will do Fonz, with pics I changed the oil in prep for Monday, this might be the last hoorah for the motor.found some marbleing in the oil like babbit is giving up so we shall see. i give it 2 rounds maybe three. lucky for me I have a fresh motor ready to go that took it 12.4 @ Norwalk raceway while hangin some valves just hope the one thats in it does'nt scatter all over the track!!!!
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here is some pics and i finally got some credit for my hard work top 20 best appearing that was cool, thru full exhaust, street tires, 7400 altitude 15.33 @ 92 2.23 60 ft he went 2 rounds the 1st time he ever drove @ the track so pretty proud of him!!!!










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Congrats to you and your stepson. The car looks sharp and it looks like the motor held up.
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Congrats to you and your stepson. The car looks sharp and it looks like the motor held up.
ya it stayed together oil looks great with real pretty metal flakes mixed in. so i think its time to pull it and before something bad happens. what kick ass rods are out there for it. the trw flats are good so re ring, bearings, cam, lifters,and oil pump good to go for another 18 years!!!!
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spent today Saturday, re running fuel lines, new carb feed,relocated fuel regulator and rewired tach in soldered everything looking good motor is stilll running great so time will tell!!!
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