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    TTI header woes

    Looks like I shoulda posted that chart earlier, sorry . I had a similar situation on a Chally bblk, couldn't get the motor over any farther, so took a belt sander to the header flange to tuck the bottom in away from the T-bar, then draw filed till fair.(that header was fkd) I also use a ratchet...
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    TTI header woes

    Not sure if it helps your swap, but Dana67Dart just dug up a "where the engine should be", perhaps it may help you.
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    TTI header woes

    I've only worked on a coupla shorty header vehicles, they are a mess. I won't ding a ceramic header cuz it fractures the ceramic, think porcelain, glass. Water get in the cracks inner and outer and rust developed. TTI had issues like that, I stopped installing them. I'm presuming you read...
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    TTI header woes

    You folks need to install headers on a 64 - 67 Mustang with "linkage" style power steering, or headers on a 429 Thunderbird. Mopars are a piece of cake .
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    Hooker black heart header’s discontinued

    Offset steering column gearbox .,and%20the%20input%2Fouput%20shafts%20on%20the%20same%20side.
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    which header to use

    You are probably getting a poor response as this question is asked/discussed about every week. There are a coupla threads going right now, and a search will prob give a gazillion results. Bottom line , - Doug's or TTI, - with Doug's being more cost effective, especially when AutoZone has their...
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    TTI header woes

    Engine placement, if it helps Footnote #39
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    Anyone tried the TTI shorty headers?

    Sounds like more work than long tubes, with none of the advantages . How much for the special headpipes ?
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    Engine placement

    For your viewing pleasure !
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    Engine placement

    Engine placement . Footnote #39
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    Tti header fitment

    Loosen all the motor mount bolts thru the motor and frame. Using a suitable piece of wood under the pan,and use a jack to lift the motor. Use pry bar to shift the engine around and get the t/ bar in place, tighten bolts and recheck. I have also had success using a ratchet strap around a...