Has anybody seen headers like this?

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They look more like tubular exhaust manifolds. Just for curiosity, who makes them?


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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.
 

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Those look to be Schumacher Tri-Y headers that have been modified. It looks like the collector has been extended a few inches.
 

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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
 

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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.....

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#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....

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I though the passenger side of a tri-y was supposed to be 2&4 connected, and then 6&8 connected into "Y"s?
 

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Was that an automatic om manual?

Memory check for ya'......
How was the plug changing chore on 6 & 7?

TriY passenger side.....

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#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....

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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.
 
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Here’s pics of how close the pipes were to the power steering box in my ‘68 Dart. And pics of my head pipes.

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