For those interested in LS headers to fit the stock clip in a 62-67 Nova I will be taking a shop tour tomorrow 1-22-10 at a stainless header manufacture that is going to make headers exclusively for Church Boys Racing LLC.
What I would like to do is offer a "Group Buy" to anyone that would like to have one of the first sets available. These will be discounted for only the initial "Group Buy" after that they will be at full retail.
If you are interested please send me an Email or P/M. When I talk to them tomorrow I would like to give them an Idea of how many initial headers we will want, this will greatly dictate the initial cost/discount.
Primary size 1-3/4
band clamping system with "V" band upgrade option
O2 bungs will be in place
Motor mount/plate location is in the "Standard" position. The lower bolt hole for the motor mount shares the same hole as the lower front bolt hole on the mount plate.
Ground clearance is a must and will not hang lower than the transmission.
I have the Group Buy price send me a PM or call for the price.
Well Stainless Works are moving right along. Everything has been mocked up, and will soon be able to start bending the actual tubes for placement in the car.
Instead of making due with what they already have for tooling Stainless Works has purchased a special bending die for the tight bends that are required to fit this clip. It would have been easy to over look a small detail like that but, this just shows how in tune they are, with the quality of the finished product!
By the end of next week we could possibly have some photos of the headers in the car and bolted up.
Here is the next step in our header build up. By the middle of next week 3/2/10 I will be able to view the actual "finished" product and then it will be full steam ahead. If anyone who was interested in a set you need to contact me as we will need to finalize all the orders. clip guys take a good look.....
He may have a NorCal wagon already in the works
Aron,how far along are you?VooDooII has a 5.3 in the garage and a 700r for his Mint green wagon he bought the weekend of the SoCal BBQ.I have been looking for an LQ4 or LQ9 for my 67.So far all I have is lots of ideas and a set of CBR headers.