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Old March 3rd, 2007, 04:26 PM
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Default Nice headers that fit SBC really well

Occasionally, people have asked which headers fit the M715 with a SBC 350 or similar engine.

So far the block huggers headers or rams horn manifold have been the popular choice. However, I have been looking for a long-tube header with smaller diameter primary tubes that promotes low-RPM torque, better than the block huggers. After a few unsuccessfully attempts, I have found a long-tube header that fits the M715 like it was designed for it, and only requires the removal of the clutch linkage and spark plugs. http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

It clears the stock engine mount, PTO and sits nicely between the engine and frame. If this is what your looking for, give it a shot.
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Nice looking....makes a good option. Good info on the fit...thanks for posting it!!
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How do you move it around without a linkage and sparkplugs?
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"only requires the removal of the clutch linkage and spark plugs".....to install the headers
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the small bock runs better than the stock engine even without a few spark plugs!you don't really need a clutch either just start it in gear!
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