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Stahl Headers

Pictured below are the big ones...The 2 1/8" x 38" Stahl Fenderwell headers. At around $1000 a set, they're not cheap, but they're as good as it gets from a performance perspective.

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As you can see, assuming the fenderwells were still here, theres a bit of cutting involved to get 'em in. Also note that one tube on each side (#7 & #8) is routed under the car. The modified #3 tube on this car was due to the master cylinder and brake lines, but the owner says it was only because of the master he chose to use.

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This is the view if you're the driver side tire :) You can see clearance and access to most parts are good, and also where the #7 tube rejoins the other three.

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The above pics show how close these monsters come to everything. They do fit however. Also you can see how the #8 tube wraps around the frame and rejoins the bunch.

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As you can see, the theme of this car is "BIG". BIG exhaust runs right down the rocker edge. And check out the BIG oil pan :)

Another good pic of the #8 tube under the frame. So there ya have it, mega headers for a mega motor. Of course, it's up to you to decide if your own motor is mega-enough for such big tubes.
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