• Flowmaster's Scavenger Series Elite long tube headers

      Flowmaster's Scavenger Series Elite long tube headers are designed to replace the restrictive factory cast iron manifolds. These high quality headers are manufactured from stainless steel and are ceramic coated for maximum durability. They feature 1-5/8 In. primary tubes, 3/8 In. thick flanges and incorporate Flowmaster's popular 3 In. ball flange collector connections ensuring a leak free installation. Scavenger Series long tube headers deliver maximum performance and are suited to the enthusiast who wants the best. Like all Flowmaster products the benefits include improved throttle response, power and engine efficiency. Designed for an easy fit these headers include gaskets and necessary hardware for easy installation. Note 1, fits D-Port cylinder heads including ZZ4 crate engines. Note 2, does not fit 67-69 Camaro with A/C. Note 3, will fit most angle plug heads including factory Chevrolet bow tie heads. Note 4, requires removal or modification of locking steering columns if equipped. Note 5, installation requires new left side A/C bracket. For 1979 and later vehicles with short compressors the stock bracket can be used. Note 6, this product is legal only for off highway use (except in California or states that have adopted California emission standards), racing use or for use on pre-emission controlled motor vehicles/motor vehicle engines (pre-1966 domestic vehicles certified to California standards, pre-1968 domestic vehicles certified to federal standards and all pre-1968 foreign vehicles), per the application guide.

      ✓ Stainless steel construction
      ✓ Ball & socket collector connections
      ✓ Dyno tuned for maximum performance
      ✓ High temperature ceramic coated
      ✓ 0.375 thick laser cut flanges
      ✓ Premium Flowmaster quality

      1967 to 1981 Camaro, 1964 to 1987 Chevelle and El Camino, 1968 to 1979 Chevy II and Nova, 1970 to 1987 Monte Carlo, with a 265 to 400 cubic inch displacement small block V8 engine, long tube headers. For more info