Need header advice on my 71 Dart

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  1. Cope

    Cope Fusing with fire

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    I've been looking for some headers to go with the new 360 I'm building. I like the look of the fenderwell headers but I can't seem to find any place that sells them.
    have fenderwell headers gone the way of the dinosaur?

    If they truly are not making them anymore what other choices should I look at?

    If you have picks of your headers that would be awesome.
    Also a short description of how hard the install was, a six pack or are we talkin a keg to get it done?


    Thanks for the help.
     
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    AdamR Big Member

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    small block or big block ? Hooker makes BB fender wells. There are no small block fender wells available that I know off.
     
  3. 63dartman

    63dartman Well-Known Member

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    If your not set on the fender headers for your 360 then I would suggest TTI headers that fit in the engine bay. I haven't used them yet but they have alot of support from everyone using them here. I am planning on ditching my spitfires this winter and going with the TTI for early A's. They are pricey though and I think you have to run the mini starter with them too. You didn't say if it was a auto or 4 speed car.
     
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    Cope Fusing with fire

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    The 360 is a SB. Thanks, that explains why I can't find any...

    What are some good choices that won't be to much of a PITA to install and work around in the engine bay?

    (EDIT)

    Auto trans column shift, With PS
     
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    As mentioned above TTI'S or Dougs are your 2 best choices,ease of installation ,fit and finish are excellent..downside they're pricey but you get what you pay for..
     
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    Dougs or tti if you want them to fit and not drag the ground.

    Hooker stopped making SB fenderwells a long time ago. If you build your own, then you can get them.
     
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    Got kind of a specialized header recommendation request. I'm looking for headers for a 360 going into my '71 Scamp. But here's the twist...I'm looking for headers that I can turn around and use as the basis for plumbing my turbo.

    I'd like full length tubes rather than shortys, but something that hugs the motor. Summit has truck headers that would work except they don't fit Edelbrock heads. Cheaper is better since they will be getting cut. Any ideas would be appreciated.
     
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    Sorry...didn't mean to hijack this thread...thought I was starting a new thread.
     
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