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Old 08-26-2013, 11:19 AM   #1
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I have a question for those familiar with long tube headers on a 99-04 mustang gt. I bought a set of flowtech headers and o/r xpipe from a guy for $100. Good deal right..... They were unused but he purchased them 2 years ago and never put them on. When I got them home I realized the primaries at the flange do not look typical. They are square as opposed to the normal round ones that match the ports on the head. I attached the photo. Does this seem right to anyone.
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Those look like they would be for a Windsor.
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Those look like they would be for a Windsor.
Yeah not for a 4.6
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Well not a Windsor or 5.0. The bolt pattern is different. The bolt pattern is like a 4.6
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Well not a Windsor or 5.0. The bolt pattern is different.

You are correct sir. I forgot the the Windsor bolt holes are inline. A Cleveland has canted bolts and rectangular ports.
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I have a question for those familiar with long tube headers on a 99-04 mustang gt. I bought a set of flowtech headers and o/r xpipe from a guy for $100. Good deal right..... They were unused but he purchased them 2 years ago and never put them on. When I got them home I realized the primaries at the flange do not look typical. They are square as opposed to the normal round ones that match the ports on the head. I attached the photo. Does this seem right to anyone.
Lol that looks like they belong on a old ford
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I think you may have hit it on the head with the Cleveland motor. Looks exactly right. Well I have 351 Cleveland long tube headers for sale now! Thank y'all for your inputs.
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Lol I just knew they weren't for a 4.6. I learned something new today
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