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I have a 1965 Mustang and will be replacing the exhaust manifolds with hedman headers. The choke heat tube is only sitting in the hole of the exhaust manifold with nothing attaching it to the manifold. Can I just drill a hole in the new header and put the tube in it?
Imagine a piece of exhaust pipe cut in half and placed around header with a tube to connect choke tube to. Held in place with hose clamps. For a neater look, the half with fitting could be welded to header tube. Of course I wouldn't do that with coated headers.
Edit: Of course you could convert to a manual or electric choke if you don't like the looks of this type.
66 Coupe 200ci I6 Stock
66 Bronco half cab 203ci I6, CI aluminum Head and intake, Holley 390cfm 4V, Clifford header, Isky cam, KB pistons 9.7:1 comp, DSII ignition
They are basically the same, either one will work or as Explorer said you could convert to a electric choke.
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1966 Mustang Vert., 200 CID I6, Autolite 1100, Pertronix Ignitor I, Candy Apple Red, black interior, black power top with glass rear window, C4 Auto Trans, Scarebird 4 lug front disc brake conversion, dual master cylinder, LED dash, park and tail lights.
1976 Cobra II, 302 CID, C4 auto trans. Blackjack headers, white with blue stripe and blue interior. Restoration process.