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They look more like tubular exhaust manifolds. Just for curiosity, who makes them?
Those look to me like tri-y schumacher's. Rumor i heard, is that Schumacher is out of business, but that his headers were made by TTI. I dont know if that is true.
Aren't those Schumacher tri y headers? Mike
Looks like Schumacher. I installed a set on my '68 Dart with a 440 and power steering. I really liked them. The 440 came out of my Charger that had 1 7/8" TTI headers. Both were just mild street cars, I couldn't tell any difference in performance between the 2. https://www.engine-swaps.com/Pages/ProductsType/BRB_Headers.html
Those look to be Schumacher Tri-Y headers that have been modified. It looks like the collector has been extended a few inches.
I thought it looked funny, I made my own head pipes and don’t remember them hanging that low
Was that an automatic om manual? Memory check for ya'...... How was the plug changing chore on 6 & 7? TriY passenger side..... #7 plug access kind'a sucks on the driver side. I couldn't get a 6 point on it at all. A 12 point goes though. Then too, the steering I'm thinking is gonna' be an issue. I see on the site there is a mod required to clear the stock clutch setup....
I though the passenger side of a tri-y was supposed to be 2&4 connected, and then 6&8 connected into "Y"s?
Much thicker flange on the collector, also.
Ahhhh I think those are Schumacher's. I haven't seen a set in years. They still seem to be available here. https://www.engine-swaps.com/Pages/ProductsType/BRB_Headers.html
It was an automatic, I'll post some pics tomorrow if I can find them. My 440 had Edelbrock RPM heads and I don't remember any hard to reach plugs, but I do have a bad memory. The pipe on the drivers side was closer than 1/4" to the power steering gearbox, so I did use a heat shield there.
They all say out of stock, If you go to the home page, it says they're in the middle of moving.
Here’s pics of how close the pipes were to the power steering box in my ‘68 Dart. And pics of my head pipes.