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    Mustang headers for sale

    I have a set of Mustang headers for sale. Asking $125 plus UPS shipping.
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    90 5spd, best ever E.T. 12.250
    best ever 1/4mi speed 112.89 mph
    Current dyno tune 383.54 rwhp 418.88 rwt

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    headers

    These will work on a supercoupe?

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    Those look like the Mac shorty headers that I have.

    Like these: http://www.cjponyparts.com/product.a...FapAMgodrF4APw
    Last edited by Scott Long; 10-24-2013 at 03:34 PM.
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    what years do they fit

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    Talking yes they fit

    i thought id help a bit YES they do fit its a tight fit
    but they work
    im using them on my 92 right now i didnt have to cut and re weld them just bent the driverside inwards angle about 1/4" and it clears the steering shaft perfectly


    im happy with them so far Let me snap some pics on car while fmic is off
    I dont have good pics of pass side but mainly tight fit is driverside
    Last edited by Miguel5671; 01-29-2014 at 08:11 AM.

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    Thanks for the info Miguel. These don't have the bend in them for the steering column so they will have to be hand fit but apparently that isn't too difficult to do.
    90 5spd, best ever E.T. 12.250
    best ever 1/4mi speed 112.89 mph
    Current dyno tune 383.54 rwhp 418.88 rwt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Puckett View Post
    Thanks for the info Miguel. These don't have the bend in them for the steering column so they will have to be hand fit but apparently that isn't too difficult to do.
    no problem mike
    yes it is fairly easy to fit them anyone should be able to even with no mechanical nor fabrications skills
    and they are true headers i prefer these over manifolds but thats my own opinion also gives a different tone to the exhaust note
    good luck on the sale man !

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