1963 savoy max wedge manifolds

1962 - 1965 Mopars

  1. hughes

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    Hello everyone, I have a 1963 plymouth savoy 2dr. statepolice car. It has a 383 3spd. on the column. Will max wedge headers fit it? Reason I ask is looks like it may hit the 3spd. column linkages. Thanks Lee
     
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    No they won't......Max Wedge is a whole different animal.
     
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    Almost positive all the maxwedge 3 speed sticks were floor shift.
     
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      Thanks Guys are you saying they wont work because they will hit the 3spd. on column linkage? Or they wont work because of other reasons? I thought the bolt up to head pattern was the same, other than smaller ports on head compared to manifold! Thanks Lee
       
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      There is not much room by the column where the exhaust dump is located. MW exhaust manifolds take up quite a bit of real estate. Then you have to consider actual exhaust pipe hook up to manifolds, 3 in dia pipe eats up space too.
       
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      they also might hit the inner fenders or the shock tower on the passenger side do to having a 383 low deck
       
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      Spare Parts Well-Known Member

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      image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg I have these on a 61 FURY. They were on the car when I got it. The brake line had been relocated,the heater box corner had been modified to fit.
      The battery box is very close to manifold. image.jpeg
       
    • 63SPF

      63SPF MOPAR 4 LIFE ! MOPAR OR BUST ! PLYMOUTH'S RULE ! FBBO Gold Member

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      Shame to use such kool Manis on a low deck block. Sell them to me for my 1963 426 M/W Sport Fury vert. I'm cloning .
       
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      I was going to use them on the 62 300 you see in pic with 413 2x4 inline. Did not want to modify brake lines or heater A/C box. The max wedge manifolds have the original pipes and mufflers.
      They are not for sale,but I would consider trading them for 61 long ram exhaust manifolds! They do repop these MW manifolds.

      Y
       
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      63SPF MOPAR 4 LIFE ! MOPAR OR BUST ! PLYMOUTH'S RULE ! FBBO Gold Member

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      Ya, I have a set of repops.. just like the thought of originals to go with me crossram Mahalo C

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