JBA 289/302 Stainless Steel Mid Length Headers 1964-1973

JBA: 1650-S
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Product Description

JBA Stainless Steel Mid Length Headers for 1964-1973 289/302 Mustangs.

Bolt on extra horsepower and torque with 50-state smog legal JBA Cat4ward headers. These headers are designed to last. Available in 409 stainless steel.

-3/8" thick laser-cut flanges
-Smooth mandrel-bent tubing
-JBA's patented Firecone collectors

Includes high-quality mounting hardware and instructions, and best of all, most applications simply bolt on without any additional exhaust modifications.

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Disappointed at first but like them now.
First, they wouldn't fit my 1965 after freshly installing the export brace (so I'm pretty confident that the shock towers were spaced correctly). I was also VERY irritated that I had to buy the 66 style frame to engine mounts rather than the better 65 style. I ended up getting reproduction versions of the mounts and fighting them during install of the engine... but that's another story. The passenger's side installs very easily. The driver's side required some tweeking. It has to be put in place from under the car and was almost impossible to do while the H-pipe was in place. It flat wouldn't go into place. Nothing I tried made it work and after hours of fighting it, I decided to get out my portapower and push the tower out to gain the 3/8 inch clearance I needed to do the install. After I bolted up the header, I relaxed the tower back to its original position and there's about 1/4 inch clearance between the tower and the header. Not enough to protect the paint, but I'll touch it up with ultra temp paint to
bluestang65 June 6, 2013
Not Stainless -- Do Not Buy
70 Mustang 302 - T-5 Trans I purchased these headers thinking they were stainless and I wouldn't have to worry about rust issues. The tubes are stainless but the flange is steel. I called JBA and all they could say is they never made a stainless flange. What is the point of making a stainless header with a steel flange? Poor advertising. Also to fit had to make a ding in a tube to have clearance around the steering gear box. Should have bought a cheap set of steel headers then got jet hott coating.
MustangMike July 9, 2012
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