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Old 05-10-2012, 07:15 PM   #1
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66 mustang with 351W, whats headers will fit ?

I have limited room, any suggestions to headers that will fit, look good, sound good, perform?
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Re: 66 mustang with 351W, whats headers will fit ?

Try JBA. Good reputation, been around since the '80's. JBA Performance Exhaust New Product:: '64-1/2 to '70 Mustang Headers and Exhaust Systems
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I just bought the flexalite aluminum radiator with electric 17" fan. Hopefully this does the trick. Both JEGS and Cj Ponyparts said the same. Has anyone used this in their car?
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Not sure about that specifically but I just put an aluminum 3 core and elect fan in my 67 w/302 and couldn't get it over 190. Although I had to get creative with mounting in order to clear the fan pulley.

Might consider some cheap insurance:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001GR...2062478&sr=8-5

I've read it makes the alum rads last much longer. I also used Eastwood rad spray paint on the front to blacken out the grille. Worked like a charm.
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