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    Default Sbc headers on lt1?

    I obviously Google this and came up with a hundred results each were different answer's.
    I've got a 72 firebird that I'm thinking of swapping a lt1 in and obviously there are no specific lt1 headers for them.
    I can get long tube sbc headers but wanted to verify they will bolt up to the lt1 heads.
    Some posts say the flanges are different or the port shape is different ???
    Some say they will work just fine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullforce View Post
    I obviously Google this and came up with a hundred results each were different answer's.
    I've got a 72 firebird that I'm thinking of swapping a lt1 in and obviously there are no specific lt1 headers for them.
    I can get long tube sbc headers but wanted to verify they will bolt up to the lt1 heads.
    Some posts say the flanges are different or the port shape is different ???
    Some say they will work just fine?
    hooker 2451hkr or summit brand will work. same headers for nova and stuff and what I used on my impala.

    port shape is the only difference. if you want headers that fit perfect for port/car look for headers for Fastburn or vortec heads, those are d port like lt1

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    or you can spend a few bucks more for a set of shoenfield 165vacm d port

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    2009 G8 GXP #871 - Stock and faster than my LT1

    1994 Z28 T56 - Le2 H/C, SBE, Hooker lt's, some rod ended suspension stuff, and a whole lotta tetanus

    The wrench for LTConvert's 94 Z28- Ellwein 383/LE Trickflows/ P600B/ CPT Pro Race/Pro Torque 3200

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