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Old 12-18-2011, 02:41 PM
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Header suggestions 52 F1 stock 302

Need suggestions for headers for my 52 F-1 with a stock 302? I am using Power rack & pinion steering.
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Old 12-18-2011, 02:55 PM
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With that rack it will not cause you any issues. I am using and would suggest early mustang long tube headers on that. Years of installing headers on just about everything at a speed shop gives me the idea that these headers would work great for you and they are cheap.
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Old 12-18-2011, 03:19 PM
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Long tube, not the ones that go straight down and what year is considered early mustang?
What are your feelings on costings as I don't want them to rust out after 2 years?
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Yes the ones that go back towards mid transmission, not the mid-length or the block huggers. Early mustang would be 64-73. Sand blast off the cheap paint that usually comes on them and paint them with good high temp paint and you should be good. I have headers that are twenty plus years old, the ones on my truck have been on it for about 19 years, they do need new paint because of the sand and salt they use here in the winter.
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Thanks for the infol and will do.
I remember I did this back in 60's to my Buick headers I had in a 34 Chev.
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