headers for a 1975 Dodge Dart SE 318 with ample ground clearance and no mini starter necessary?
I have ordered two sets of headers and both only leave less than four inches of ground clearance. The only shorty's I can find require converting to a mini starter.
I dont think you can get headers with better clearance unless you convert to a mini starter. Unfortunately the mini starter is expensive, and short lived
http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?autofilter=1&part=BIG%2D33100FLT&N=700+4294923429+4294908110+4294840106+4294839039+400130+4294908090+115&autoview=sku try that link. thats what i use on mine, i have a big ol coffecan sized stock starter, and ground clearance is fine, they slide in without a problem and i didn't have to modify them at all...alot of headers for A bodys have to be "manipulated" in with a hammer...but these slid in like they were factory, i was extremely impressed with them and for a set of ceremic coated headers, 250 bucks is an amazing price, considering that a ceramic job alone will cost you at least 150 on a set of cheapo headers. if you're looking at complete cost savings and dont care what they look like, summit sells cheapo $90 headers that are just painted black...but look to replace them in about 5 years, where the flowtechs would last a lifetime.
these guys have great kits for what your looking for http://www.engine-swaps.com/
here is a better link for that site http://www.engine-swaps.com/Mopar_Action_October_2001/index.html
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