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Username Post: williams headers        (Topic#372456)
Posts: 77
Age: 76
Loc: NW North Carolina
Reg: 12-27-02
01-24-23 11:39 AM - Post#2853681    

Has anyone out there ever used williams headers in place of Fenton? Are they as easy to fit and is there any difference in the performance or sound?

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Rusty Heaps 
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Loc: Knoxville,TN
Reg: 06-29-11
02-17-23 09:17 AM - Post#2854615    
    In response to blueflame

I've got a pair on my '46 coupe, I don't recommend them on that era of car because the clearances in the engine compartment and original transmission shifter linkage, That being said, otherwise I like them. they have a good sound and are easy to install on the engine, One other note, use the heating set up they offer for the intake manifold, otherwise your car will be very cold natured,

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