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Headers for 351c with 4 speed
#1
In my research I have not found a header that will fit a 351c with a 4 speed. I will be utilizing the stock factory clutch set up. My car is equipped with power steering.
Does anyone know of a header that will fit this application? If so, pros and cons?

Thanks,
klinton994
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#2
Klinton994,
1971 fb with 351 4v and toploader out of a 1973 model.
I am using patriot H 8413b with no issues, stock z bar and linkage .
also has power steering.
They also fit pretty well when this car had a c4 trans.
Boilermaster
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#3
Boilermaster
Thank you. I will check those out!

boilermaster;290456 Wrote:Klinton994,
1971 fb with 351 4v and toploader out of a 1973 model.
I am using patriot H 8413b with no issues, stock z bar and linkage .
also has power steering.
They also fit pretty well when this car had a c4 trans.
Boilermaster
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#4
I'm using Hooker Comps, but I don't have power steering. http://www.cjponyparts.com/hooker-comp-l...gQodky4JSw

I think they hang a little low, but they are serviceable.

I also had mine nitroplated after installing and then removing them - much better protection than buying their ceramic coating and if you have to tweak a tube, you don't have a ruined coating

[Image: 1_01_07_15_8_53_18.png]

"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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#5
(02-05-2017, 01:19 PM)klinton994 Wrote: In my research I have not found a header that will fit a 351c with a 4 speed. I will be utilizing the stock factory clutch set up. My car is equipped with power steering.
Does anyone know of a header that will fit this application? If so, pros and cons?

Thanks,
klinton994

I have a 71 351c, 4 speed. I have Hooker 6315-H, they are the ceramic coated headers. They fit very well, but I do not have power steering, so depending how the pump and lines hang, that may be a problem, although I wouldn't think it would.

[Image: funny_pictures_pony_mechanic_e1263615472847.png]

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#6
Jeff73

Is this the header model you have?

Hooker Competition Full Length Header - Painted
71-73 Mustang/Cougar/Falcon/Fairlane/ Torino/Ranchero/Cyclone/Montego: 351C,...

Part# 6921HKR


(02-06-2017, 12:09 PM)Jeff73Mach1 Wrote: I'm using Hooker Comps, but I don't have power steering. http://www.cjponyparts.com/hooker-comp-l...gQodky4JSw

I think they hang a little low, but they are serviceable.

I also had mine nitroplated after installing and then removing them - much better protection than buying their ceramic coating and if you have to tweak a tube, you don't have a ruined coating
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#7
'yellowmach351
I could not locate that part number on the hooker header web site. Is that an old number? Are yours the completion or super competition model?

thanks


(02-08-2017, 04:52 PM)yellowmach351 Wrote:
(02-05-2017, 01:19 PM)klinton994 Wrote: In my research I have not found a header that will fit a 351c with a 4 speed. I will be utilizing the stock factory clutch set up. My car is equipped with power steering.
Does anyone know of a header that will fit this application? If so, pros and cons?

Thanks,
klinton994

I have a 71 351c, 4 speed. I have Hooker 6315-H, they are the ceramic coated headers. They fit very well, but I do not have power steering, so depending how the pump and lines hang, that may be a problem, although I wouldn't think it would.
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#8
(02-08-2017, 05:23 PM)klinton994 Wrote: 'yellowmach351
I could not locate that part number on the hooker header web site. Is that an old number? Are yours the completion or super competition model?

thanks
Sorry, my mistake. They are the 6915-1hkr. I had just come in from my shop fighting the top loader !!

(02-08-2017, 04:52 PM)yellowmach351 Wrote:
(02-05-2017, 01:19 PM)klinton994 Wrote: In my research I have not found a header that will fit a 351c with a 4 speed. I will be utilizing the stock factory clutch set up. My car is equipped with power steering.
Does anyone know of a header that will fit this application? If so, pros and cons?

Thanks,
klinton994

I have a 71 351c, 4 speed. I have Hooker 6315-H, they are the ceramic coated headers. They fit very well, but I do not have power steering, so depending how the pump and lines hang, that may be a problem, although I wouldn't think it would.

[Image: funny_pictures_pony_mechanic_e1263615472847.png]

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#9
No HKR 6915 is the right part number for a 4V

[Image: 1_01_07_15_8_53_18.png]

"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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#10
i'm using Hedmans with the stock clutch linkage & power steering with no problems, except for the fact that they are for 2v not 4v heads.
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