1. Originalowner73 340duster

    Originalowner73 340duster Well-Known Member

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    Looking for headers that don't sit so low..I always had a problem with hitting them on speedbumps or other situations
     
  2. Hellrats

    Hellrats Just another dumbass

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    Good luck. There isn't a lot of room in an A body. Some people say TTI are the best fitting. I don't know how well they fit but they will lighten your wallet. I gave up and just went back to manifolds. For a street car you won't know the difference anyway. Also most of them you will need a mini starter but that was one of the better things I have put in all my cars :)
     
  3. rumblefish360

    rumblefish360 I have escaped the evil Empire State! FABO Gold Member

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    I have TTI headers on the wifes car. PM me and I'll show'em to you up front and personal like.
    Otherwise, theres Dougs headers.

    After those, I'm not entirely sure, but you'll probably be looking at Hedman hustlers with larger tubes and fender well headers.
     
  4. stroked340

    stroked340 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    TTI,S..have used them on 2 different duster yes they are expensive but well worth the money spent..
     
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    • crackedback

      crackedback FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      Dougs D453
      or tti

      Both are above the centerlink.

      I've used both many times and I buy Dougs from autozone with a 20% off code or have summit match that price. tti are overpriced IMO. Not worth the extra money and Dougs do the job.
       
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      • Lelo Dart

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        Dougs 453 for small block
         
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        • Locomotion

          Locomotion Well-Known Member

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          X2 on TTI.
          TTI's may make a bit more more HP and/or help more with any future mods because they are 1 5/8"-1 3/4" stepped while Doug's are 1 5/8" straight.
           
        • WEBBY

          WEBBY Well-Known Member

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          How about the shorty headers, middle of the road, better than a manifold and not as good as a full header. Webby
           
        • BigStrok3

          BigStrok3 Mopar!

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          Doug's with the 20% off code on autozone.com. Went in perfectly fine. Don't touch anything. Installed them by jacking up one side of engine at a time. Installed in my 74 duster with 360 stroker

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        • moparmandan

          moparmandan FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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          Ummmmm you testing that LifeLock membership?
           
        • BigStrok3

          BigStrok3 Mopar!

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          It uploaded pictures for some reason i didn't even upload I've been having alot of trouble with this forum lately. Then when I tried deleting them it didn't want to. Are you still seeing them?
           
        • megacab

          megacab Leglhi

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          TTI's for the win here also.I had 1 7/8 on a 416 w/W5 heads,and I could pull the mini starter out(just a factory Mopar Magnum starter) and they didn't hang down at all.This is after multiple Hooker headers on my milder 340 that just kept getting collapsed,even on the freeway bridge transitions.After the TTI's,no more hitting on anything,no more burned wires,and even though they were smaller then recommended for my engine it still allowed the car to break into the 9's.I just bought a set of 2 inch for my Ebody from a member.I think whatever they lose in horsepower they more then make up for in fit.Well worth the $.
           
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          • 72Dart6pack

            72Dart6pack Well-Known Member

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            Go with these!

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