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Old 01-04-2007, 04:19 PM   #1
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Ceremic Tri-y headers

Just wondering if anyone has any experience running these headers on their older mustang (67-72) Looking @ running these headers. Have been told that the headers won't fit right and the collector sits to low. Just looking for input.
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Re: Ceremic Tri-y headers

got a '68 myself.... I went with hedman shorty headers... I also have the flowmaster exhaust.... sounds good together. I did quite a bit of research and decided against Tri-y....
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Do you have any pictures?
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Do you have any pictures?
I will scan and put on here as soon as I can....
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Re: Ceremic Tri-y headers

I have Hooker long-tubes in my 64. They look good and sound AWESOME but they are a pain to put in. The collectors sit very low - lower than the oil pan and all the steering components. I really like them but like I said, HUGE pain to put in - next time I will probably go with mid-length headers.

Here's a picture of them so you can get an idea of how they fit:
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Old 03-29-2007, 12:37 PM   #6
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Re: Ceremic Tri-y headers

Tri-y's usually move your torgue range up a little bit and broaden it slightly.
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I Put Patriot Headers On My 67 Thay Are A Midlength And Are Coated Look To Mustangsunlimited.com They Are About 260.00
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Damn, coated and only $260? Looks like I may be purchasing Mustang parts again, haha.
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