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“Speak softly, and carry a big stick” comes to mind.I like the sound, and if it performs well, that’s what matters
Not sure about the angle of a HEMI Head, or if you have the room, but on my RB I use a stud on the front and back holes.
They hold the gasket and...
Remflex are well worth the money. I run them on my boat as well as my 440.
I went with TTI.
One of the determining factors was that Doug’s only offered a 2” primary in the RB headers.I’m more than pleased with the TTI...
Yep, I went to a Holley DP and TTI headers.
Both my carter and my manifolds are on the shelf.:bananadance::carrot:
It definitely winter time on FBBO.
The annual headers vs manifold thread.
Next up. Carter vs Holley.
Yep, me too
Yep, that’s the only way to go, IMO
He has to return the old ones
Now that is good customer service!
My TTI 1-7/8” RB headers fit without so much as a scuff.I know you have a B engine, but I’d buy TTI based off of how well mine fit and the quality
+1 on the remflex.Been using them on all my stuff for a few years now. Don’t let the price steer you away. They are worth the extra few bucks IMO.
Scrap the cutouts and spend the money elsewhere.
Don’t be the guy with open headers running 12 second ET’s
Remflex here on all my stuff.
I would agree that 2" primaries are too big for most 440's.That said, 1 5/8" is way too small
The Robbmc starter fit my 440 / 4speed with the 143 flywheel, but my TTI headers are 1 -7/8"
There was plenty of room around the starter, so I'd...
I just installed a set of 1 7/8" TTI's on my coronet.
It's a 4 speed.
I used a Robbmac starter. It was pricey, but I didn't want to roll the dice...