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Need picture of exhaust heat shield of '71 351C-4V
#1
Hi,

does anyone happen to have a picture of the correct exhaust heat shield for a 1971 351C-4V? What I mean is the the part that is attached to the passenger side exhaust manifold and is connected to the air cleaner snorkel via a hose, providing heated air during warm up.

Mine is long gone and I would like to find a replacement, but I have no idea how a correct part would look like.

Thank you, Manfred
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#2
I'll see if I have a pic
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#3
72HCODE;25604 Wrote:I'll see if I have a pic

Would be great!

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#4
It is actually 2 pieces.
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#5
Here's mine. Not sure the year of the engine.(shield)


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My garage http://www.7173mustangs.com/forum-garage...rxt_uid=40

73 mach 1 351c 4v cc ported, torker2, 750 edelbrock,C6.
73 fastback 351c 2v,performer intake,600 edelbrock,fmx, 325 trac-lok.
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machman_73;25643 Wrote:Here's mine. Not sure the year of the engine.(shield)


[Image: th_IMG_0658.jpg]

The one on my 71 is only a 3rd of yours. I'll try to upload a pic tonight if no one does so before then.
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#7
well i don't have a clear photo of mine, i took a picture after i installed it, mines is also about a 1/3rd of the size of machman_73's
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#8
Here you go Manfred. This is the 351C 4v short riser. I may be wrong, but I believe the longer 2 piece type were used on the smaller 2v exhaust manifold.
I've got a set that came off a 1972 351C 2v, but can't find it now. I know I've seen it last week, but now that I need it...can't find it Undecided
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FasTnNefariouS;25658 Wrote:Here you go Manfred. This is the 351C 4v short riser. I may be wrong, but I believe the longer 2 piece type were used on the smaller 2v exhaust manifold.
I've got a set that came off a 1972 351C 2v, but can't find it now. I know I've seen it last week, but now that I need it...can't find it Undecided
[Image: nvnk9x.jpg]

Hi FasTnNefariouS (and all the others that responded to my question)

thanks for the photos and comments. Now I know what I have to search for. Looking at the price tags of reproduction heat shields at NPD I'm sure that a good used one will cost an arm and a leg.

Regards, Manfred
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FasTnNefariouS;25658 Wrote:Here you go Manfred. This is the 351C 4v short riser. I may be wrong, but I believe the longer 2 piece type were used on the smaller 2v exhaust manifold.
I've got a set that came off a 1972 351C 2v, but can't find it now. I know I've seen it last week, but now that I need it...can't find it Undecided
[Image: nvnk9x.jpg]

Excellent photo thats the one :-)
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