Once again, headers needed for a Fusey

Mopar Exhaust Systems

  1. livininharrow

    livininharrow Senior Member

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    i bet if you dynoed it as is or with open headers you wouldnt see a difference. worth a try
     
  2. feets

    feets New Member

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    That's a damned expensive try.

    I can tell you that hurts flow. Don't need a dyno for that.
     
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    twostick Senior Member

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    I wouldn't lose any sleep over it. You said yourself it's not a race car. Whatever power that S might cost will never be felt by you in the real world, assuming there is any cost..

    Just look at Dave Dudek's F.A.S.T. Roadrunner. Runs 9's through manifolds and a stock appearing exhaust system.

    I think the biggest restrictions on exhaust flow is mufflers and tailpipes.

    Kevin
     
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    f1967franche New Member

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    Hey there feets, I saw your question so figured i'd chime in.
    My motor and car are a bit different than yours ( I have a 72 Fury Wagon, 360 automatic transmission ) but I did manage to fit a pair of Sanderson block hugger headers on mine.I just had to replace the original starter with one from a early 90's Dakota. I put some Flowmaster 40's and duals all the away back and all seems to work well.

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