Thankyou so much, will be in contact with themWay back, 1973 or so, I had a 69 FB and installed a 351C. Hedman use to make headers that split into 3 sets of tubes on the driver side. These fit (barely) and cleared the z bar allowing the use of 4 speed. You aren't going to find these anymore (duh).
However, I've heard good things about FPA and their headers, you might want to give them a call.
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The headers are 6920-1HKR Hooker headers It is a 351C 1970 Mustang Mach 1 automatic. They do not fit at all. Steering clearances and just general no clearance at all for headers to go inNeed more info. Type of header (brand), what the exact issue is with the install (don't fit, can't get them in place, don't mate with exhaust, etc.). I still have the original log headers on my 70. But, looking at Sanderson to cure a leak/crack.
Don’t know what changed over all these years or what part number I had... but now that you mention it I do remember putting a pretty good dimple along a runner to fit for the 4 speed linkage. I also always cut each tube independent so I can line them up better to the exhaust ports.The headers are 6920-1HKR Hooker headers It is a 351C 1970 Mustang Mach 1 automatic. They do not fit at all. Steering clearances and just general no clearance at all for headers to go in
Question for you Supershifter. By swaping out the shock towers, did that buy you more clearance for the headers and was it a direct for the shock towers, or did you have to modify the aprons? Also did you keep the stock 66 control arms or did you have to swap to 68 suspension?In the early 80's I bought a 69 that had a 351C 4V transplanted into it. Hookers headers no problem. Around 1980 I put 68 shock towers in my 66 and dropped a 351C 4V into it. Put hooker headers for a 70 with a 351C 4V on and no problem with fit. Here is a foto of the 66 with exhaust manifolds. I didnt take a foto with the headers and all we had back then was film cameras.
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