Bowtie Phase 2 heads

G72Zed

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@Dueling73s , nice pic, thanks for sharing that. Those ARH do look nice and tucked up.

Do you have, or shall I say can you share the part number on those ARH. Thanks
 

G72Zed

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ARH Part #'s

1"5/8 X 3" = CAG2-70158300HR

1"3/4 X 3" = CAG2-70134300HR

$1488 ~ $1513 USD

Very nice headers, love the merge collector. I built my own merge and inner sphere/spike, It took some delicate fab work !!

A little pricey up here ($2,230), but then again we paid $9 per US gallon for good pump fuel this summer, so meh....
 

Dueling73s

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Feb 25, 2002
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WI
The headers are the 1 3/4" version. I have them test fitting on the car now so I can re-do the exhaust connection. They don't hang much below the front sub frame. I kept reading good comments by Bonzo about these so started watching for on ebay etc.. Got lucky and found some.
Headers.JPG
 
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Dueling73s

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WI
Thanks much Zed!
My original build finished in 2004. It is not possible for me to keep up with all the awesome new builds, but every winter I upgrade the old girl to keep her as fresh as I can.
 

G72Zed

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Thanks much Zed!
My original build finished in 2004. It is not possible for me to keep up with all the awesome new builds, but every winter I upgrade the old girl to keep her as fresh as I can.

You're welcome, and much deserved. Looks like a DN or Richmond trans in there, 5 or 6 ROD ?

Like you, I always have plans for the next upgrade or test to see if there's an improvement, some are big, some small.

They are never "truly" finished, they just take some breaks along the way.
 

Dueling73s

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WI
Yep never really finished, but it sure helps keep me sane in these WI winters! My trans is actually a Tremec TKX from Bowler and was last years winter project. I had to get that project in before I retired lol.
 




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