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Old 04-14-2008, 06:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i was wondering if anyone could tell me what kind of headers they are running and if they're happy with them. i'm thinking of putting some on my ford 400 ci but don't want fender exit ones. do the non fender exits follow the same way as the stock pipes run, over to the passenger side then back?
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i was wondering if anyone could tell me what kind of headers they are running and if they're happy with them. i'm thinking of putting some on my ford 400 ci but don't want fender exit ones. do the non fender exits follow the same way as the stock pipes run, over to the passenger side then back?
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by the way... everytime i drive my f-350 w/ 30" lift and 22's...the headers start to smoke, do ya'll think i should change my valve cover gaskets??
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sanderson fc3

i have a 79 bronco with a 400 and sandersons shorty headers dropped right in. they come out in almost the same location as the stock manifolds.
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i ran single 3 inch in stock location down the pass side

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