Exhaust Manifold Pair 289 Hi-Po 1965-1967

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Exhaust Manifold Pair 289 Hi-Po 1965-1967
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Pair of Exhaust Manifolds for 1965-1967 289 Hi-Po Mustangs.

These manifolds are constructed from original cast iron for longevity and are precisely cast for an easy installation. These are original on 1965-1967 Mustangs with the K-Code Hi-Po 289 engine, but will fit all 1965-1973 small block Mustangs. 289 Hi-Po clutch linkage may be required on non-Hi-Po Mustangs with a manual transmission.

Includes exhaust manifold studs and nuts for a proper installation to the h-pipe. Exhaust manifold to head bolts are sold separately. Sold as a pair.

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Product Questions

I wish to run a mild 351 windsor with an automatic in my 67 coupe . Will these manifolds work?

Asked by: Tired ole Redneck
No they will not work.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-05-17

will these work with GT- 40P heads?

Asked by: g427
They will probably not work with the different spark plug alignment for GT40P heads.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2015-06-30

Will these work on an early 302? Also, will I have to modify the existing exhaust to make these work or will they bolt in?

Asked by: Dwayne
will work with any small block 289/302 with deck height of 8.2'' and you will need the h pipe for 65/66 hipo 289 for proper fit, they need to make an h pipe for these manifolds on a 351w deck height of 9.5
Answered by: 69restomod357
Date published: 2015-05-23

are these made in the USA?

Asked by: mike99999
We get them from different sources, so some might be, some might not be.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-31

Will these work with gt40x heads and what size h pipe is used? Will it clear clutch cable conversion?

Asked by: Ades8491

I just had a dusk exhaust put in with the originsl exhaust manifold.  Will these be a direct replacement?  No bending?

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Exhaust Manifold Pair 289 Hi-Po 1965-1967 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: We're here with cast iron exhaust manifolds for your '65-'73 Mustang. These cast iron exhaust manifolds are reproductions of the Hi-Po manifolds found on the '65-'67 K-code Mustangs. They will fit any '65-'73 with a small block. If you're running a non-Hi-Po motor with a 4-speed transmission, you will need the correct Hi-Po linkage to make everything fit properly. The kit comes with a pair of manifolds, and it comes with the studs that connect the manifold to your H pipe. They do not include the manifold bolts; you would have to purchase them separately. The flanges are all carefully machined to make installation as easy as possible. These cast iron Hi-Po exhaust manifolds are an excellent way to add a little horsepower to your early Mustang while still keeping that vintage look.