Re: Best headers for Fleetwood?
- Thanks! That's exactly the kind of info I was looking for.
--- In Cadillac_Performance_Association@yahoogroups.com, Preston
III <prestoniii2002@y...> wrote:
> True, the "C" chassis is not used in the Chevy. Themoments that take your breath away.
> "C" chassis is a "B" chassis on steriods. The engine
> cradle, engine bay, and cross members are all
> basically the same. AND, the "B" chassis IS a chevy
> product too. I'd use headers built for a Caprice with
> a big block, and substitute the Caddy flanges.
> Besides, you're not going to weld the flanges on until
> you've test fit them on the engine with the headers in
> the chassis. Tack weld them together, then finish the
> Preston III
> -- Tommy Pierson <tompierson@s...>
> > The problem is that the Cadillac chasis is not
> > shared by Chevy.
> > It's a C type (Really a D type commercial chasis),
> > which is shared
> > by Buick Electras and Olds 98's. I'd go with the
> > Deville headers,
> > but they don't offer a real big increase in power
> > over stock
> > manifolds run through 2 pipes.
> > .....Preston III <prestoniii2002@y...> wrote:
> > Chevy big block headers themselves will not bolt
> > to a caddy engine. The process is that you buy
> > big block headers for the chassis/body that you
> > then cut the exhaust-port flanges off them. Then,
> > you reinstall a set of Cadillac Big Block flanges in
> > place of the chevy flanges. The caddy flanges should
> > be available at various places that specialize in
> > caddy high performance parts.
> > Preston III
> > --- Tommy Pierson <tompierson@s...> wrote:
> > I know MTS carries a mid length set for Deville's
> > that might fit my 73 Fleetwood, but what Chevy Big
> > Block Headers would fit?
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