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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-15-2017, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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I am building a 66 Fastback restomod using a new crate Ford Motorsport Boss 347 engine, Tremec 5 speed and Total Control power rack and pinion steering. Are there headers available for this combination, or do these need to be custom made?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-15-2017, 09:20 PM
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Another key thing to figure out is the type of clutch actuator you will use, makes a difference in header selection. Cable, hydraulic, linkage - they all take up different space.
I have a 5.0L and T5, running a clutch cable set up. Patriot Clipster intermediate length headers fit pretty well.

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End result should be: Carbureted late model 302 roller with B303 cam and ported/polished E7 heads, T5 - World Class, Granada Front Discs, All new front suspension with UCA Drop and opentracker roller perches, 1" drop front and rear, 8.8 Explorer rear end (3.73, posi, discs), 1 1/8" sway bar, Mustang Steve adj clutch cable and power brakes, adjustable strut rods....and we will see what else I find along the way!
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66 coupe
302, unisteer rack and pinion, t5, clutch cable
Running Hedman Elites with no problems but did have to cherry pick the motor on driver side to get them in.

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