Hedman Shorty Headers HTC Coated Square Port 289/302 1965-1973

Hedman: 88406
MSRP: $1075.10

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Hedman Shorty Headers HTC Coated Square Port 289/302 1965-1973

Product Description

Pair of Hedman Square Port HTC Coated Shorty Headers for 1965-1973 289/302 Mustangs.

Hedman's HTC coated headers are manufactured using 18 gauge, mandrel bent primary tubes, and 1/4" flanges. Features 1-1/2" port primaries and 2-1/2" collectors.

The HTC coating on these headers provides thermal protection up to 1300 degrees and will not chip or peal. This gives you better heat protection and is more durable than chrome. HTC coated headers are also guaranteed against external rust-through.

All Hedman street Hedders are MADE IN THE USA.

*The Square Port design will work with some original heads and aftermarket heads such as AFR, Trick Flow and Ford Racing GT40s.

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Hi, I plan on using these on a 66 mustang with a 289 "C" code. I also plan on putting on the Borgenson power steering upgrade as well, will they work together without clearance issues? thanks,,

Asked by: meb2222
They should work fine together, make sure your heads have a square port.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-20

Will these headers (88406) fit into/suit 1969 mustang coupe converted to right hand drive using XF Falcon steering box. Motor is a 302Windsor stroked to 347 and has edelbrok heads.

Asked by: Gerry1952
Unless specifically noted, we cannot confirm fitment on right hand drive applications.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-10-19

I wanted to know if these headers will work with a 4 speed transmission on my ' 68 fastback with no clearance issues?  Thanks!

That more depends on whether your 1968 meets the other specs listed. If it does, you should be good.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-08-03
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