"351CJ" <351CJ@msn.com> wrote in message
> "Big Al" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > "351CJ" <351CJ@msn.com> wrote in message
> > news:Sr6sf.9840$7P2.3228@trnddc07...
> >> MPG Motor Mount / 2" Header Kit
> >> Allows installation of any 385 series Big Block engine into a classic
> >> ('67-'70) Mustang.
> >> a.. Uses stock engine compartment & shock towers, no firewall
> > modifications
> >> required .
> >> http://www.mpgheads.com/Header/MotorMt.htm
> > I just peeked at this. Our headers have one pipe on each side that
> > to the other side. These look like un-equal length headers off a ford
> > truck.
> > I'm sure they are not, but they are not designed for all out horsepower.
> > Al
> Are you sure one crosses over to the other side???
> Have another look at this picture from their site...
Am I sure? Lets see, since we changed the engine about 4 times in the last
two years, I guess I'm positive:) One pipe from each side goes into the
other collector. You have to remove them to get the oil pan off. I'm about
100 percent sure it's the last pipe on each bank that crosses. I think this
was common practice in the late 60's. Another thing that was common was to
have equal length pipes. IMHO, that is the only way for performance headers
to be. Many new headers are not built that way.