LS (all exc. LS7) Engine Swap Headers for 1955-57 Chevys
BOWLING GREEN, KY – Hooker Headers is proud to announce the latest addition to their line of engine swap headers for putting the popular GM LS (all exc. LS7) engines into early iron. These swap headers allow enthusiasts to drop an LS (all exc. LS7) engine into the ever popular 1955-1957 Chevy. These new headers were designed to fit with a stock gear box, Saginaw 605 gear box or a Unisteer rack and pinion system. They are a true 1 ¾” long tube design to sufficiently maximize the torque and horsepower of the free breathing LS engines. They are available in high temp black paint, silver ceramic or Hooker’s brand new “Darkside” black ceramic. The Darkside black ceramic gives a stealthy look and can withstand higher temperatures than traditional silver ceramic. Order part number 2292HKR (black paint), 2292-1HKR (silver ceramic) or 2292-3HKR (Darkside black ceramic) for cars with stock or Saginaw 605 gear boxes. Order part number 2293HKR (black paint), 2293-1HKR (silver ceramic) or 2293-3HKR (Darkside black ceramic) for cars with Unisteer rack and pinion steering. For more information, contact Holley Tech Service, 1801 Russellville Road, Bowling Green, KY, 42101 - Telephone 270-781-9741. Or visit us on the web at: www.hookerheaders.com.
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