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  1. 1986 mustang header install, major problems

    5.0L Tech
    Okay guys, this is my first mustang and my first head gasket change, after getting my heads back on, I tried to put my headers on and when I go to bolt them on, if you put the first bolt in and work your way down, the header is to far forward to put in last bolt, start from the back and work...
  2. What headers for 67 Mustang EFI swap w/cable clutch

    Classic Tech
    I have a 67 Cougar and am doing an EFI swap from a 90 Mustang and I need to know what headers anyones used in the swapping process. All the forums I searched where people have performed them they just list "headman headers, MAC headers, etc...", but no p/n. From what I gathered, on the drivers...
  3. 1965 Mustang with 351w Headers

    Classic Tech
    Hey all, Looking for a set of headers that WILL fit a 65 mustang with a 351w in it. Is there anything else I would need to get to get them to fit?...I've heard some talk about 66 motor mounts and such... Thanks.
  4. How to solve 5.0L shorty header steering shaft clearance issue.

    5.0L Tech
    A problem that I and many 5.0 owners have run into when installing shorty headers is that the steering shaft hits the header. I had this frustrating problem a few years when I installed my headers and I scoured through many mustang forums with the only solutions being "change motor mounts or...
  5. need advice for Dropping a new 4.6 with longtube headers already installed

    4.6L Tech
    i was searching through the forums trying to find out how difficult it would be to drop in my new motor with some longtube headers already installed.. i have a 2000 GT and if anyone knows it would be great to find out if there are any clearance problems with the K or the steering column before i...
  6. 1967 tri y header clearance problem

    Classic Tech
    Hello, I just installed a new set of Tri Y headers in my 67 coupe. I am having a clearance issue with the steering arm on the drivers side hitting the header. I have power steering and have the lowering bracket, but the steering arm under the steering box hits the headers too much to dimple it...
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