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Old 03-16-2011, 11:06 AM   #1
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350 swap exhaust ?

Has anyone tried using block hugger headers and they clear the inside rail's of the frame on your toyota swap?
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Check out my build thread. I used the stock manifolds.
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Old 03-16-2011, 01:43 PM   #3
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Check out my build thread. I used the stock manifolds.
I have tried and i also tried "Ram horn" style manifold but they both hit the frame..
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Has anyone tried using block hugger headers and they clear the inside rail's of the frame on your toyota swap?
Yep. My old ext. cab had a 6" suspension lift and a 3" body to help though.
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It's a tight fit but I am still wondering..

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Here is pics of the ram horn I bought. and where it hits the frame and don't quite line up on the exhaust ports,

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Here is advanced $120 more headers picture

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And here is a picture of block hugger 350 headers???? which this is a quick picture i found of them they normally look like the adavanced one with the outer tubes on the outside not inside like these ones in this oicture

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So this is actually why i am asking before I purchase a set..

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Old 04-07-2011, 01:20 PM   #7
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I used the block hugger headers just like the ones in the second picture. By looking at your pictures i think my engine sits a little higher than yours which gives a little more clearance between the frame and block. But be careful with those headers, mine didnt fit quite right ( i bought mine from ebay) and so i had to pound a dent on the inside of the drivers side header by the collector. Thats probably why AA has the outer tubes on the outside. Check out my albums on my profile for some pics of my exhaust.
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Use s10 v8 conversion headers and or northwest Offroad has Toyota to gm specific headers I used the s10 conversion headers and work fine my motor also sits up using the stock Toyota motor mounts
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Old 10-23-2011, 11:08 PM   #9
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look 1955 chevy v8 exhaust manifolds just cut the alternator mount off the drivers side and reverse the left to right. I also have a set of manifolds off a 1999 silverado 4X4 5.7 vortec engine both sides angle to the rear I haven't tried them yet but the look like they might work. They both exit to the rear at an angle. I am hoping they will work they are much more free flowing exhaust.
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