[DeTomaso] 180 deg headers

Mike Drew MikeLDrew at aol.com
Tue Jan 8 10:52:52 EST 2019


Can you give more details? I have seen photos of your headers and they look beautiful. 

The existing 180 competitors on the market all suffer from being built by well-intentioned people who don’t understand the fundamental differences between them and standard headers.  The Windsor version uses a 3-inch collector and the Cleveland uses 3.5-inch!  180 headers need a much smaller collector than standard headers for peak power and torque.  Dan Jones mentioned that yesterday. I can’t remember what he recommended but I think it might be more like 2-inch. 

So, tell us more about yours?  


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> On Jan 8, 2019, at 04:36, FAITH MCCALL <rfmccall at comcast.net> wrote:
>     I am having a run of 180 deg headers made if anyone is interested in
>     a set, I should be able to discount the standard price ($2895)
>     slightly depending on how many sets are ordered. These would be
>     produced in the next week or so and would be of the highest quality
>     available. They are only offered in stainless steel with merge
>     collectors and V-band flanges for muffler attachment. They will be
>     TIG welded with gorgeous welds . They are easy to install and
>     look/sound incredible.
>     They are available for the standard 9.2" deck height , 9.5" deck
>     height ,8.2" deck height and your choice of Windsor , Cleveland or
>     Yates head .
>     Please contact me via email ( rfmccall at comcast.net) if you are
>     interested or would like to see pics.
>     Thanks,
>     Ron
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