Just wanted to get your thoughts on which headers I should get.
I have '69 Coupe with a 4 Speed Toploader, Power steering, and mildly built 302.
The engine has been bored .2 over with Edelbrock 60229 heads and MagnaFlow 15816 2.5" exhaust.
I talked to some people and then a spec guy at Doug's and he recommended the Doug headers D690YS.
Does anyone have any experience with these heads? The gentleman didn't seem overly familiar with the '69 so as just about every '69-'70 Mustang owner with PS and standard tranny, I'm concerned about fitment. Are these heads worth going with and of the great quality the price tag seems to suggest they are? Does anyone have any alternate recommendations?
How about Hooker 6111-1HKR or 6111HKR? The 1 5/8 dia. tubes should be fine for your application. I had good luck with similar Hookers, access to the spark plugs was good and no tube dimpling was required.
Sanderson Headers are my choice. No gaskets, easy to install.
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No worries MB, $550 shipped from Performance Peddler. Anytime I can buy PP I do. They gave me a great deal on my Magnaflow exhaust system too.
Being a PS and Standard Tranny car I had to be a bit more selective for fitment issues on my headers. We're still a couple weeks off of having them on the car, but when they are I'll post fitment results.
Quick question for you. Took a quick look at the 60329 and my own 60229... what is the practical difference between them? Just basing this of a JEGS overview where they look more or less identical.
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