Summit Racing Headers

Mopar Exhaust Systems

  1. bigrobsRT

    bigrobsRT Well-Known Member

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    These Summit brand headers (SUM-G9040) fit surprising well. I was expecting to have to bash them with a hammer. I think I paid $120 for these a few years ago.
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  2. RustyRatRod

    RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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    Been tellin guys here for YEARS they fit well. Only one drawback is, if your car is lower than stock in the front, you need to take it easy over speed breakers. Other than that, they fit good.
     
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      What car/year did you put them in?
       
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      RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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      It's a 67 and up A body "whatever" it is.
       
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      I wish they would fit like that in pre '67 cars.
       
    • rumblefish360

      rumblefish360 So close, yet so far away FABO Gold Member

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      They also have a really nice and thick flange. Not that cheessssyyy thin crud!
       
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      • QuickDart360

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        Flanges look thicker than my dynomax headers flange!
         
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        • bigrobsRT

          bigrobsRT Well-Known Member

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          Its a 67 barracuda
           
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          I agree with Rusty, You can't beat 'um for the price. Mine went in a 63 B body, no problem what so ever. IMG_2858.jpg
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        • dodgegtdart68

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          Been awhile,I can't remember. I just moved the car to storage or I'd go look.
           
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          bigrobsRT Well-Known Member

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          I had mine off to replace the idler and pitman. I believe it goes through the header.
           
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          • rumblefish360

            rumblefish360 So close, yet so far away FABO Gold Member

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            Yup! They do that. There the typical 3 tube under the drivers steering linkage header that has been produced for ever.
            But these Summit headers worked excellent on my cars. Great bang for the buck IMO. Thick flanges as well.
             
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            • dodgegtdart68

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              Thank you guys. I was wondering about going thru the header.
               
            • lead69

              lead69 hopeless car junkie

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              Its been quite a few years since I bought some so I'm sure they switched mfr's by then but mine fit like crap and had to beat the hell out of them lol. I know the k frame was right and it had a spool mount. Bought some dougs and all was good. I had run allot of cheap headers and those were by far the worst fitting ones. Glad to see they are good now.
               
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