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SHM Longtube headers

These are the rare SHM longtubes that came as a piece together set back in the day. Very good for flow but not so good for a lowered MN12 so buyer beware.

Price is negotiable and I should have pics soon.

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These are the rare SHM longtubes that came as a piece together set back in the day. Very good for flow but not so good for a lowered MN12 so buyer beware.

Price is negotiable and I should have pics soon.

-Scott
These fit TBird's? They are for a 2v engine?

I'm interested, Scott!

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Yes (and Cougars you freakin hater!) and yes.

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Edit: I am selling these for a friend and they are in storage so as soon as I get them I will post up pics and pricing. They are in pieces so of course they will require some exhaust work to get them installed since they are long tubes.

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Never heard of these before. Will they not fit a lowered car at all or just a pain in the arse?

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Yes (and Cougars you freakin hater!) and yes.

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Edit: I am selling these for a friend and they are in storage so as soon as I get them I will post up pics and pricing. They are in pieces so of course they will require some exhaust work to get them installed since they are long tubes.
I'm not a 'freakin hater' about your Cougar. I figured they OBVIOUSLY fit Cougars or YOU WOULDN'T HAVE THEM!

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These fit TBird's?
It's your lack of acknowledgement you freaking hater!

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I'm not a 'freakin hater' about your Cougar. I figured they OBVIOUSLY fit Cougars or YOU WOULDN'T HAVE THEM!
Dang T-bird owners thinking they are better then us Cougars guys is raceist I tell ya!

They were never on my Cougar, I have Kooks. The long tubes were on a friends '97 Bird that was built for the 1/4 mile.


That's the Cougars exhaust setup.

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Never heard of these before. Will they not fit a lowered car at all or just a pain in the arse?
I'm sure they will "fit" as far as the bolting up thing goes but as with most longtube headers they may have scraping problems when fitted on any lowered ride, just ask the Camaro guys!

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So' whats the tubing size?
Collector size, etc....

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No idea just yet. Sorry guys but I'm still waiting on the pics and info. They would be great for your setup... Because Racecar!



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They are 1 3/4 to 1 /7/8 Stepped Long tube Headers that went for over 12 hundy back in 2000. These are hands down the biggest power producing headers you can put on a 2v... Period.

The collectors that came with them were 2 1/2" and these are 3". As you can see they do have some road rash on the bottom tubes, but they are not caved in.

The install is not easy by any means but the pain involved will be well worth it.

$600 shipped as is.

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Big Scott, you could have asked for wayy more than $600 for those. My custom mod'ed MAC LTs sold for $400+ IIRC, lol....and they were only 1-5/8" lol

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These are hands down the biggest power producing headers you can put on a 2v... Period.

until someone comes up with a similar product with equal lengths on the primaries

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