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I wish mine did come with rough templates
Yes PLEASE !!! I could start with those dimension's
Sorry for the delay , did u get info u needed ? Make and where I purchased these ?
I ordered these last year they are made just north of Atlanta !
I wonder if Hooker made those drawings when they made those headers for my friend Moto's '66? He put a 340 in it and called them about headers for it. "Bring the car, leave it here. We're working on a pattern for that combination." Left it there for a week and they called him to come pick it up. "There go. Enjoy. Thanks for your help. No charge."
That must have been many years ago ?
'73 or '74 probably.
Ten 4 , thanks They are made in Mexico now I was told ?
They were just over the pass from us at the time in Ontario Ca.
Sorry fore the delay, life keeps me busy and forgetful. Hope to do that today I have had my Hooker super comps for about 6 years or more. Let me get with my wife and see what she can do on a fax machine or copy machine at her work.
These are the Hookers. My holes are a lot smaller. Will need to build and install them before the engine. 2 out one side 3 on the other. Need to recoat before assembly. They have been in and out of the openings 50 times.
I have those super comp hookers on my 65 Formula S . I must be doing something wrong when removing the engine from the car . these headers were a Pain in the A$$ removing them and installing them. Next time I remove the engine I'll try to leave the headers intact and slide the engine out without breaking down the header tube sections and removing them. What is your procedure on a early A ?
They will be put in and mostly assembled first, still not easy.
Yes. .... that's the way I do it .
I had more time on removing and installing the headers than I did on removing/installing the engine from the car. FYI . no more chassis headers for me especially on a early A.
Let me see how this works for you all here
I will be making copies of the templates and instructions on the back, I can't get those pictures to load. Hope this helps members out ?
Let's see if these work
Hooker super comps 5208
Sorry it took so long, misplaced it.
Here's a few close up pictures from my '65 Barracuda of where Hedman Husler 75110s enter the fenderwells. I believe it would be the same on your '66 Valiant. The #1 and #2 pipes require cutting down closer to the frame rails and that can't be seen in these photos. Assuming you install these pipes individually, those cuts can be rather small.