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We custom-bent the primary tubes from .049" CP2 Titanium, and configured a complete package with O2 sensor bungs, EGT sensor bungs, and doublers for the tips. We were able to shave the header weight by nearly 18lbs (only 22 lbs for both headers!)
Not only are these much lighter, they are incredibly strong. After a launch mishap, the car landed on the headers, and ground them down to <.015" thick, yet kept running all weekend. We put some new plates on the tubes and it's been a success story ever since.
This one holds a pretty special place for us- as one of our early sponsored vehicles, Dawson and David Boys have been an outstanding Race team to work with through their build, rebuild, and porbably another rebuild of their 1979 Bronco "Wild Child". Here is a great team history from Dawson:
Dirty Boys Racing, "Wild Child"
1988 F150 with a Big Block Ford Competing since 1996 and based in Mode, IL.
- Owner/Crew Chief-David Boys
- Altered Stock Driver-Dawson Boys
- Iron Headed Super Stock Driver-Jonathon Woods
Racing has been a family affair everywhere David Boys has ended up since 1992 when he drug home a completely disassembled 1979 Bronco.
David recalls “My mother about had a come apart when she got home and saw all the parts strung across her yard” He began racing that truck with the OMRO and winning races!
In 1993 he built his first big block for the truck and in 1996 He built the Wild Child we all know and love. He took this truck racing across the United States until he retired from driving. In more recent times David Boys spends his time on the sidelines making tuning adjustments and leaves the driving to Dawson Boys and Jonathon Woods. Our team has put together an absolutely wicked combo that has been a race winning machine. It is a Large Bore, Large Stroke, High Compression Big Block Ford.
With all that air coming we needed an efficient way to get it out and this is when we turned to Stainless Headers. Stainless Headers got this BBF set up with a set of 2.25 Inch Primary headers with a 4.5 Inch Collector to help those hot gasses escape. In moist and muddy conditions mild steel headers just rust out within a few years. The only proper option is to make an expensive purchase. Stainless Headers is an affordable company that brings the best quality to the table. The Dirty Boys Race Team could never even think about looking to another company for Stainless Steel Products!
• 2022 Altered Stock 2nd Place Points
• 2022 Iron Headed Super Stock 3rd Place Points
Jacob S. Built some great custom stainless headers out of our Small Block Chevy LT1 header build kit. Utilizing 1 3/4" primaries and a 2 1/2" collector, Jacob included another custom touch by incorporating v-bands and unique tip-outs to fit his application.
The truck is a 1990 Toyota with a fuel injected 350 LT1. This is mated to a 6-speed manual trans on top of a 4-link suspension and King coilovers.
Check out more info on these LT1 Header Build Kits
This is a 1955 c10 with a 6.2 ls texas speed stage 2 cam and a 88 Corvette suspension front and rear. This was Jack's first set of headers, but with quality components and materials, he fabricated a beautiful end product.
Check out our LS Header Build Kits, and get your own custom swap headers built in no time.
Here is a custom set of turbo headers installed on a very custom airboat application. With nearly 2500HP being made from the engine, these headers had to withstand the head and vibration, as well as uphold the aesthetics demanded by the build.
The headers were fixtured and built based upon a temporary weld job by the customer, which we then spec'd out and successfully built this set of headers to match the original mock-up.
Looking for a custom, high end airboat header? Look no further than Stainless Headers MFG. For years we have been supplying high-end custom headers for airboats of all applications, including: airboat racers, government airboat services, high end show cars, and even smaller systems for tour boats.
Give one of our header specialists a call about getting your own mockup kit started today.
Fox Friday this week is brought to you by Anthony out of Louisiana. Running a beautifully modified Fox body Mustang with a Yates C3 headed small block, he's putting out over 800hp on the build. We helped him configure a great set of stainless tubing and bends to terminate through a pair of stainless merge collectors before the turn ups.
Anthony had this to say about our kits: "I was fighting a mild steel set of headers trying to make them front exit and with your kit being available and a complete upgradeable kit I was able to build a high quality awesome set of headers that look awesome and will last for a lifetime. Thanks for an awesome product!!"
Awesome ride and a great build.
Check out more on our Yates C3 Custom Header Build Kits #MadeInTheUSA #StainlessHeaders #FoxBody #Yates #SmallBlockFord #CustomHeaders
This is a custom set of stainless headers built for an Aston Martin V12 Vantage using our flanges, bends and collectors. Notice the unique 6 into 1 merge collectors for this application.
Originally built by the Boeing Company in 1945, the B-29-20-BW, or B-29 Superfortress, was a one-of-a-kind airplane. The B-29 was designed and built by Boeing in Wichita and flown primarily by the U.S. Air Force at the end of World War II and then during the Korean War. In May of 2000, the B-29 known as Doc was rescued and transported from California to Wichita. Doc’s story began in March of 1945 at the Boeing plant in Wichita, Kansas. Originally built by the Boeing Company in 1945, the B-29-20-BW, or B-29 Superfortress, was a one-of-a-kind airplane. The B-29 was designed and built by Boeing in Wichita and flown primarily by the U.S. Air Force at the end of World War II and then during the Korean War. Stainless Headers Mfg., Inc. was contracted to build the exhaust system for the Curtiss Wright 3350s. These systems were built by hand. Each system was custom made.
Doc's Exhaust System Laid Out For Installation
Doc's Complete Exhaust System Shown On A Curtiss Wright 3350 Before Installation
Jimmy and Scott of Baldy's Rod and Custom built this 1927 T-Bucket Chassis car for bracket racing. They used a small block chevy header build kit with 1 3/4" primaries to finish up their project. Witha 365 cubic inch small block, 450 hp, and only 1800 lbs, they managed to run a 10.56 @ 125 mph.
Check out a custom Small Block Header Build Kit
Check out their shop or give them a call @ Baldys Rod and Custom, 832-412-0043
Here is an in-progress build of a Chevy pickup built by Brad Baxter of Baxter Metal Works. Brad is a local builder with a significant amount of fabrication experience. This ‘54 Chevy 3100 street/road course race truck runs an LS with an 8-into-1 collector going to aluminum under-truck exhaust. Brad used our components to fabricate his header with one of our 8-into-1 collectors. He brought together the under-truck exhaust using an aluminum muffler he fabricated from scratch. We really like that side exit. Make sure you watch for upcoming posts on this ongoing build.
For more information on Brads build and for some videos, see his Facebook page.
Dan N. purchased one of our custom header build kits for a Big Block Chevy to start off his build. He used a stepped header kit with 2 1/4" to 2 3/8" primaries, with merge collectors for his new dragster. The engine is a 634" Big Block that makes 1120 horsepower. This season it has been 7.30’s at 182 mph in the quarter mile. He started off at a local hardware store to purchase a bunch of pvc fittings and some sticks of pipe to get an idea of how to lay out the headers on the car. In just a few nights the headers were mocked up, and stainless kit had begun to take shape.
Check out our Big Block Chevy Header Build Kits
Robert brought together this custom stainless header for his Big Block Chevy S10 drag truck. Featuring a custom 2 1/4" to 2 3/8" stepped primary tube, and terminating in a pair of our 4" formed stainless header collectors. From there, he went the extra measure to maintain performance by utilizing our 4" oval exhaust components to keep solid ground clearance without sacrificing performance. Running a 540 cubic inch motor and solid roller cam, this build is pushing 1000hp on pump gas via a 9" Ford rear end. Check out more on our Big Block Chevy Custom Header Build Kits.
Or, give us a call at the shop to work up a custom stepped kit to best fit your own application.
This custom set of stainless headers is built on a Big Block Ford 460 base with oval port heads. Utilizing 2" primary tubes and a 3 1/2" weld on style collector, this definitely will wake up the neighborhood.
Check out the weld consistency on the primary tubes as well, no matter how good the welder, quality tubing makes that possible. We guarantee all our components and flanges are made from 100% American made tubing, and that won't ever change.
The preformed header stubs look to have made the flange configuration a piece of cake, and those come standard with every kit that doesnt have round-port flanges.
Check out more on those 460 header kits
He and his nephew toured around the Hot Rod Magazine Drag week one year (while still original), and has now decided to hot-rod the car himself!
Check out some more info on our Big Block Ford Header Kits
Ed 'Butch' X. Custom built this set of near-mirror-image steel headers for the Big Block Chevy in his 1941 Willys.
With 2 1/4" primary tubes and 4" merge collectors, these headers should provide plenty of airflow in his system.
Ed had this to say about the project, too:"This
was probably one of the most challenging things I've had to fabricate for quite
some time. Your help was greatly appreciated."
Check out our Big Block Chevy Header Build Kits
These upswept headers were built for a mud truck with a Chevy LS motor. They incorporate a 4” secondary on the collector with V bands. The customer was very specific on collector length and the choke in the collector merge, so when Zach fabricated and welded this set, he spent extra time to get these dialed in just right.
Cole W. Is building this 598 CID Ford A460 with Trickflow heads to run on 93 octane pump gas in this 1979 F-150. He is expecting 925 N/A horsepower, and over 800 lb-ft of torque.
He's running a TH400 on a Cal-trac suspension.
Goal of the truck is hit low 10's during an upcoming Hot Rod Drag Week.
Check out more on our A460 Header Build Kits
Cole even had some great stuff to say about his products-received thus far:
"All header components have been bought through Stainless Headers and the quality and customer service is phenomenal. (1/2” 304 SS flanges, 2.250” 304 SS primaries, 304 SS merge collectors, etc..)"
David M. Built this highly-customized 1931 Ford with a 351w perched up front. It sports a mild cam, T-5 trans, and sending the power to a full locker Ford 9".
The exhaust is 1 3/4" primary headers, with slip on merge collectors. The collectors have a 2 1/2" merge, and finish with a 3" transitional exit in 304 stainless steel.
He will continue his build by cutting the roof another 3".
David mentioned: "Your videos helped me out a lot , never welded stainless before"
Check out the header build series here
And more info on our 302/351w Header Build Kits
Fabricated using our collectors and mandrel bends, this Lamborghini Diablo system was custom made to fit into the original location. We stock the header flanges and collectors to build this system in 304 stainless steel custom builder's kits.
Billy used several sets of our oval pie cut kits to transform a difficult exhaust system into a nice low-profile, custom tailpipe to fit his application, while still maintaining good airflow.
Check out our oval components here: https://www.stainlessheaders.com/oval-exhaust
Custom Zoomie Headers Made To Order
Available in mild steel, stainless steel or chrome plated mild steel. Our zoomie headers are built using 16 gauge mandrel bent tubing that is purge tig welded. Incorporating heavy 3/8" thick flanges and a three sided formed tube support assures extra durability. They are available in a wide range of configurations.
This custom header build was done by a customer starting with a PVC mockup. This allowed them to simulate a creative and effective header set for a Viper SRT-10 engine in a Karmann Ghia.
Check out this custom 8-1 merge collector setting atop this Derby car built and brought together by Evolution Fabrication. The guys did a nice job with this stainless 8-1 merge collector.
This was a set of headers for a Factory Five Cobra. They were fabricated with a set of our performance slip-on merge collectors positioned with the merges meeting face to face. This allows for an accurate sampling for the O2 sensor, proved the performance advantages of a merge collector, and allows for the 4 tube side-pipes to be configured to meet the professional look people have come to expect on a Cobra build.
Mike Finnegan of Finnegan's Garage came to us for a special project on his twin-turbo jet boat "Game Over". The previous downpipes and wastegate dumps weren't the look he wanted, but also weren't giving correct readings on his O2 sensors due to turbulent airflow, which was making tuning difficult. So, he drew up a quick sketch of a new exhaust tip he had in mind and came to us for an answer.
What started as a simple pencil on paper drawing quickly turned into some initial CAD models, and eventually, and final CAD rendering for Mike's approval.
Shortly after, we brought together a custom tip that not only met design- but exceeded it. With a custom rolled edge, perforated liner, and a brushed stainless finish, the tip came out great, and sounds even better at the end of that jet boat.
We hand-fabricate custom projects to spec & design every single day for our customers, and this was certainly no exception. We operate in one-off parts such as Game Over's tip, but we also run batch parts, such as custom merge collectors for turbo snowmobiles, large scale muffler production for Ferrari and Porsche, and much more.
Check out more of our hand-crafted header components here @CustomHeaderComponents
This header was designed to replace an original cast exhaust manifold that had cracking problems in industrial applications. By incorporating a slip joint between each segment, we reduced the cracking issues and improved longevity of the manifolds. Notice the bellows over each slip joint segment. We manufactured these in house to meet the customer’s exact specifications. Since these headers are used in an explosive environment, these stainless bellows stopped the leakage, but yet let the slip joints move with the expansion and contraction of the header segments.
The crew over at GPS Racecars in Clinton, TN brought together this great set of stepped, fender exit headers on this 1963 Corvette for their customer.
Utilizing a big block Chevy, they designed the headers to step from 2 3/8” to 2 ½”, and finish off with a nice slash-cut 5” merge collector.
This set up should handle all the power they can throw at it.
Check out more on these Big Block Chevy header kits here
See what else the guys at GPS have going on at their Facebook page, too: GPS Racecars
Check out this clip from HDR Industries' TikTok:
Whats better than a badass boat header? Two. Two badass boat headers. That's what Dana @HDR Industries has once again brought to the table. This time, we've got a 454 Big Block Chevy, topped off with a TBS blower, pushing over 900hp on the dyno. We decided to upgrade tube sizes here and worked out the build with 2 3/8" primaries, coming through a pair of 4 1/2" merge, to 5" transitional exit merge collectors, and then terminating in some reverse cones for that final exhaust tune. With the custom collectors and materials we offer, these headers turned out beautifully.
This boat is build for & owned by Father & Son duo Jerry + Josh Casper, who've apparently owned the boat since the early 1980's! Couple that ownership story with the 3 or 4 times it's sank, and the blower that's been strapped atop it for the last 40 years, makes this a damn special ride.
After the build, Dana had the headers sent out Deter's Custom Finishing for that beautiful polishing job.
Jesse H. of Pennsylvania built this custom set of stainless fender exit headers for the Hybrid Composite Fabrications '88 Mustang, owned by the Knudsons.
It runs a 407 cubic inch small block Ford, with Yates C3 heads, fuel injection, and mated to a clutchless 5-speed on 10" tires. It pushes 8.60 @ 160+ mph, all N/A.
The slip-on merge collectors were paired nicely with a set of our custom bullet race mufflers, leading to his slash-cut tips going out the fender.
Check out more information on our Yates C3 Fender Exit Header Build Kits
Chad Hoffmann of Innovative Metalworks Chassis & Speed in Lafayette, MN built this custom set of 2 1/8" Zoomie headers on this all-out small block '65 Mustang. Hoping to have videos screaming down the track later this spring! Stay tuned for more.
Check out more on our Zoomie Header Kits
The guys over at JF Hot Rods built another high horsepower custom set of headers. This set is for a 565 cubic inch Big Block Chevy thats cradled tightly inside a '90 Fox Body. They used one of our mild steel header build kits with a 2 1/4" primary, and a 4" collector secondary for this application. After the headers were built, they were likely sent off for ceramic coating to ensure longevity and durability.Check out our Big Block Header Build Kits, as well as our Ceramic Coatings
The guys over at JF Hot Rods built and race this very custom S-10 dirt drag truck. With over 700 cubic inches of motor, and 1500hp on engine alone, these guys hold several dirt drag racing records. They used one of our header build kits to assemble a high performance set of headers with 2 1/2" primaries and a 5" merge collector in American Made stainless steel.
Check out the rest of their shop at their Facebook Page
Look at the build kit used in their Big Block Header Build Kit
This 1988 Trans Am was transformed into a Bonneville Salt Flat Speed Racing car, and outfitted with a 540 cubic inch big block, and twin 86mm turbos. The engine is mated to a 4 speed Lenco, and features a quick-change rearend. They configured the exhaust system and downpipes with American Made stainless steel tubing.
We provide large diameter tubing, mufflers, and other components for big cubic inch engines, and turbo downpipes. Those 90 degree bends work great for bullhorns and short exit.
Johnny Groff of Johnnys FabWorx in Mount Joy, PA put together this beautiful set of small block Chevy headers in this 1967 Chevelle. he ran 1 3/4" stubs and immediately stepped up to 1 7/8" primaries, and completed that with a 3 1/2" formed collector. To add that extra edge of performance, Johnny also incorporated some of our performance collector spikes- the next best alternative when a true slip-on merge collector cant be utilized.
The Chevelle touts a 383 stroker and makes about 650hp, pushing ETs to the low 10's in the 1/4 mile, at over 130 mph.
Full stainless kits like this are a great way to build a custom long tube header, and maintain both performance and aesthetics. Check out the welds on this system, with a full back purge, only American made tubing will be that clean.
Johnny had this to say once the project was done:
"So obviously once I saw this super nice mug that you guys make I knew I had to have one! They really turned out great and I can't thank you enough for the high quality materials! They were 100% purge welded and everything went very smoothly using your products!"
Check out those mugs he talked about here: Stainless Bullet Mugs
We send these out for free, along with a t-shirt, to every customer who documents their header build and sends us back the pictures and a quick bio of the build. Gives a great reason to show off your build and brag to the racing community!
Here is a link to some more information on our small block Chevy header build kits as well
Jose D. Came to us looking for an off-the-shelf solution to performance headers on his airboat. We were able to meet, and exceed, every expectation he had for the headers. We custom-bent every primary tube to allow for maximum flow at his given RPM level, without reducing exhaust velocity.
We decided on a 2" primary tube, coming through to a 4" formed collector, utilizing an internal merge spike.
Note the lack of weld seams in the primary tubes, as we were able to design and build this particular system in a compound-bend header, allowing for short build time, and reduced costs.
These headers, and several other designs, are now available as off-the-shelf airboat headers for many aircraft-engine, small block, LS, coyote, Mod-Motor, and Big block applications. We even have turbo manifold designs available.
Check out our selection of Custom Airboat Headers
James at Lafitte Fabrication built the custom stainless headers for this gnarly 1969 Camaro. Its got a conventional headed 582 cubic inch big block, and runs mid to upper 4's on 275 radials in Texas limited class. Engine made about 1220 horsepower on motor, and a single nitrous fogger brought him up to at least 1800 hp.
Check out Lafitte Fab at their Facebook Page
Check out our custom Big Block Header Build Kits
James at Lafitte Fabrication built these Big Block Headers in a Chevy S-10 for a customer. It is Texas Limited 275 radial truck with 588 conventional heads, and upwards of 1800 hp on spray. He is running a stepped header kit from 2 1/4" to 2 3/8", with 5" performance merge collectors, bullet mufflers, and custom turn outs.
Landon S. from Ohio built these custom Ford pulling truck headers. Built in 304 Stainless, these fit nicely in this Ford's truck frame.
It boasts a 514 cubic inch Big Block Ford making 950 horsepower.
Check out this wicked video from Landon of the 460 at idle:
1976 BMW R90/6 Cafe Racer
Luis down in Florida has been an avid builder with our parts for years- but rather than twin-turbo dragsters, he's building these beautiful old-school motorcycles with some great hand-crafted stainless exhaust. Check out this build on a '76 BMW R90/6 Cafe Racer.
1979 Honda CB750F Super Sport "Montjuïc Tribute"Check out this second build from Luis on a '79 Honda CB750F Super Sport endurance race replica "Montjuïc Tribute". This Honda is sporting some custom 2-1 merge collectors we designed right to our customer's request.
This is an example of a 2JZ build by Chris Maston of Maston Fabrication. He uses our header build kit to bring his projects together, like this one with one of our 6 into 1 double slip merge collectors. He has a real niche market building Toyota 2JZ powered import drag cars. He sets these up in a way that incorporates a V band flange right at the merge. This allows the customer to vary the turbo placement to their unique application. Nice touch on the company name plate welded to the collector.
Chris also does chassis fabrication and builds drag wings.
See what else he has going on at:
We sponsored NDSU’s turbo snowmobile project. It was entered into the 13th annual Society of Automotive Engineers’ Clean Snowmobile Challenge. We supplied the flanges and mandrel bends.We sponsored NDSU’s turbo snowmobile project. It was entered into the 13th annual Society of Automotive Engineers’ Clean Snowmobile Challenge. We supplied the flanges and mandrel bends for their custom header build.
Notice the extruded part of this 2 1/2" tube where it comes up to meet the O2 bung. This type of design helps reduces cracking by giving the bung to primary tube a smooth transitional radius.
These particular Pro Mod headers used a Racepak set of EGT bungs
This set of headers was built for a Pro Mod big block Chevy with 5.3 bore spacing. Fabricated with 2 1/2" .049 321 stainless primary tubes and a 5" diameter secondary merge collector.
Available in mild steel, 304 stainless steel or 231 stainless steel. Our zoomie headers are built using 16 gauge mandrel bent tubing that is purge tig welded. Incorporating heavy 3/8" thick flanges and a three sided formed tube support assures extra durability. They are available in a wide range of configurations.
This set of custom stainless headers was built for a customer's 1941 Willys Coupe. The customer utilized our header mockup system to configure the exact design that fit his application. From there we fabricated a set of custom stainless headers for a perfect fit. Notice the elimination of the welds and the custom crafted merge collectors.
The above photos are of a custom made set of headers for a SCCA Pro Racing Corvette. Fabricated using the customers supplied Earnhardt-Childress Racing specifications, they are a Tri Y design that incorporated a crossover. The customer supplied the Chevy SB2 block and headers along with a chassis mockup. This made it possible to construct the system without having the car at our location and still acheive a perfect fit the first time. Made from 304 stainless and purge tig welded, this set of headers incorporates mulitple slip joints and V band flanges for ease of installation and stress reduction.
The above photos show the intricate fit between the headers and the chassis members. Maintaining equal length and appropriate tube sizes were a primary customer concern.
In the right hand picture, notice the large crossover balance tube and the extruded transition hole where the crossover is married up to it. The extra time required to utilize this fabrication technique pays off by giving a significant increase in tube strength. The stress induced at this location is more equally distributed throughout the weld joint. The structural integrity gain at this point is done without any increase of weight.
Joe sent us the build process of his 2"-2 1/8" stepped header set, ending in a 4" collector exit combined with a shorty muffler before he exited his fenders on bullhorn tips. He fabricated this for his small block nitrous non-turbo grudge car using materials and components we sent down to him.
Custom Headers On a Sonny’s 5.3 Bore Spacing Big Block
This set of headers were built for a 5.3 bore spacing Sonny’s engine and using 2 ½” primaries with a 5” diameter collector. I think the customer added his own turnouts to fit his exact configuration. Nice pictures of the car at the track.
Dave Campbell and Rod Russell (Of Precision Aircraft Welders) built this gnarly custom set of headers for Dave's blown 1956 Ford Tudor Sedan up in Alaska. He has a 351W with a 6-71 Jimmy Blower, and 2 Holley Double-Pumpers. This was coupled to a 4-Speed Toploader transmission, and the tires hook up nicely thanks to the built and narrowed 9-Inch rear end. This set of headers is utilizing electric cutouts and dumping shortly after the firewall.
Check out more information on our custom 351W header kits
This IROC-Z28 Camaro utilizes all American-Made stainless steel tubing from Stainless Headers Manufacturing. The 400" LS runs a V7 YSI-B 8 rib blower setup. It has a new prototype intake manifold built by Tick performance with 1340 rwhp. The custom zoomies are 2.125" step to 2.250" step to 2.375" and the 2.5" mufflers are slipped over the ends of the tubes. Great example of how Stainless Headers Mfg gives it's customers all the custom components needed to find the solution for any racing application.
Visit their Facebook Page at Tick Performance
This Top Sportsman Cavalier boasts a Tick Performance 400" LS engine with Twin 76/85
Precision turbos, and about 1650 wheel hp. The whole turbo header was built with components commonly used in our header build kits. The car has ran 4.20's
in the 1/8 mile so far.
Built using our merge collector and mandrel bends, this Triumph Rocket III custom header used the original Triumph Rocket 3 header flanges. The header married up to the original Rocket III system.
This set of light weight race mufflers was incorporate during the fabrication of a set of headers by U.S. Speed and Custom. These light weight rebuildable mufflers were fabricated to their exact specifications to meet the header design needed for this application. These mufflers are available in a variety of diameters and lengths. They can be custom made to virtually any configuration.
Pictures courtesy U.S. Speed and Custom New Buffalo, MI 269-231-5234
Here’s a 427 ls with a F1X-12 Procharger setup, brought together by the
crew over at Wicked Chassis Works over in Denham Springs, Louisiana.
Fabricated using one of our header build kits, the headers are
configured with a 2 1/8” primary tube finished off with 4 ½” merge
collectors coupled to a set of our lightweight race mufflers with V band
flanges. That side exit tip, in front of the front tire, makes a nice
setup with a clean installation.
For more on what Wicked Chassis Works has going on, check them out at:
Check out our LS7/LSX Header Build Kits
This SBC, in an S-10, was fitted with a set of custom built headers fabbed by the crew over at Wicked Chassis Works. Built in mild steel, with 1 7/8” primaries, they did a nice job of coming up and over to give that 3 ½” collector a front side exit. This set was built using one of our complete header build kits.
Ben M. from Louisiana brought together this monster ProCharged LS Zoomie Header. Boasting 420 cubic inches and well over 1300hp, this configuration is bound to be fast and loud. We set up his custom zoomie header kit with 2" primary tubes; including J bends, 45 degree mandrel bends, and our VERY popular nesting Zoomie Bends. This kit allowed him to configure his tubes to fit the chassis, and its a damn good build. It was finished off with our zoomie header sleeves and straps, tuned through a set of our 1/8" EGT Sensor Weld Bungs.