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Trying to figure out a better solution for #7. This just is not right.
The big block guys sometimes go over the intake manifold, around the back of the head, go under the header tube, use a 90° boot. I have no idea if that will work on a small block.
Headers are great, but sometimes they are a pain in the ass.
Sometimes? Lol there were a few bolts that were tricky to get right. I had to fix those as the “mechanic” bubba’d it up real good.
Yeah there are two tubes (an over and under) that makes that type of routing tricky too but I am looking at that as well.
That's why i'm using the hp manifolds whenever i get my 383 big block. I just don't feel like f ing with headers.
F ing can be fun though and very satisfying when done
Haha, you are talking about header installation, right?
Yes and no Now I am not going to get any serious help on this.....
Get the Accel ceramic boot plug wires. I did for my big block, best money I spent on plug wires.
Exactly why I Sh@t canned my headers and went to the HP manifolds!
Not as pretty, but works for me.
What brand headers are those? I have TTI's on a small and big block and don't have any issues like that. Can you route it down towards the inner fender instead of going up? I also use the Accell ceramic ends.
Driver side of my small block with TTI's. Plenty of room.
Header manufacturers that do NOT test fit before putting their stuff in production need a kick to the dick. How hard would it have been to provide a flat spot along the inside edge of the # 5 and 7 plug wire path? Really? It would NOT hurt the flow or performance to flatten it 1/2". Looks like it is up to YOU to do that, huh?
Yeah but my headers is something I wanted since high school a few years back wink. So is a six pack 340. So almost there lol.
90 degree plug boot .go down
close to 90 degree and go horizontal. Here ya go. https://www.autozone.com/ignition/p...-high-temperature-spark-plug-boots/350122_0_0
Nice Whats the car?
Yeah I’ll have to see if that might be better. There is another pipe there as well.