Scott Drake Header Dual-Outlet Kit Six-Cylinder 1965-1973

Scott Drake: C3OZ-9430-H2
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Scott Drake Header Dual-Outlet Kit Six-Cylinder 1965-1973
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Product Description

Scott Drake Dual-Outlet Header Kit for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 6-Cylinder Mustangs.

When it comes to performance items hitting the market, the inline 6-cylinder engine is the last application that pops into your head. Although the 200 and 250 are reliable and economical engines, they offer little when it comes to raw performance. Scott Drake has changed the way we look at 6-cylinders with this Dual-Outlet Header Kit C3OZ-9430-H2 for all 1965-1973 6-Cylinder Mustangs.

A dual-outlet header like this one is recommended for 6-cylinder engines, especially if no other modifications will be made and can also be used on Mustangs with Hi-Po camshafts, a 2V carburetor or a Pertronix Ignitor. Get this awesome, Dual-Outlet Header--sporting gorgeous, nickel-plated tubing--from CJ Pony Parts and see the results firsthand!

Kit Includes:
- Single port, nickel-plated headers
- 2.5” Collectors
- 1.5” Primaries
- All necessary gaskets
- All necessary mounting hardware

Scott Drake believes that a properly modified 6-cylinder will put out as much usable low RPM horsepower as a standard V8 and can be just as fun to drive! The primaries on this dual-outlet header have an outside diameter of 1-1/2,” and the collectors measure 2-1/2” in outside diameter. The dual-outlet is for Mustang enthusiasts that have a 6-cylinder engine but want that classic look and the beefy, impressive sound of a V8. The installation of this Scott Drake Dual-Outlet Header Kit for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 6-Cylinder Mustangs will improve both the horsepower production and the fuel economy of your Mustang.

Please Note: A Port Divider EXPD6 (available from CJs), will smooth out the air flow between the #3 and #4 cylinders and can increase horsepower up to 5-10 percent!

Tech Tip: This header kit requires the installation of a custom head pipe to go from the header to the intermediate pipe, as no direct replacement pipe is available for this specific header.

Order a Scott Drake Dual-Outlet Header Kit C3OZ-9430-H2 for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973 6-Cylinder Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Scott Drake Header Dual-Outlet Kit Six-Cylinder 1965-1973 is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke Starter Motor This header has a nice finish and when matched up with Flowmasters Super 40 sounds like a V8, but the rear primary tube touches the ORIGINAL starter motor which after installation and it's first test drive (10 miles) has resulted in a broken starter motor. So now the car is off the road again and im not sure how to solve this.
Date published: 2015-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great sounding header This header makes my six sound like an 8. I had to switch to an adjustable mini starter and had to bore additional holes to get it to fit without touching. Unfortunately I had to take the headers on and off about eight times to get it right. Kind of messed up the nice chrome looks with so many hand prints. Finally works right, but it would be nice if you would tell people which starter to use.
Date published: 2016-11-27
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Product Questions

I have heard/read that the throttle rod will hit the header. What do you suggest to fix?

Asked by: CCRAVEN
I had this issue with my 65 inline 6 that also had the problem with the OEM starter touching the header. I modified my throttle rod and repositioned the return spring to avoid the headers and it works fine. I also put in an adjustable mini-starter. It was so hard to find an OEM with the solinoid bump in the correct position that going with a mini-starter now makes more sense than OEM. Figuring out which starter to use and all the re-positioning was a pain, but the end sound was worth it. Everyone who hears it now agrees it is the best sounding 6 they have ever heard.
Answered by: mw_____
Date published: 2017-01-03

I'm putting a 65 Mustang 200 in my 60 Falcon. Will your duel-outlet header added to my engine fit in my 60? Mark

Asked by: Stub
The vendor has not provided any information regarding cross-fitments of this part to any other model then what is listed.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-12-05

Has the problem that came about with the starter position which was stated in the only review that has been posted been resolved?????  . thanks T.S. 

Asked by: Dads66
I ran into this same problem nearly 30 years ago when I installed a Clifford header on my inline 6. The (IMHO) poor design of the header tubes (bringing them too close to the starter motor) caused the starter to fail. I lost 3 starters this way before I decided to go back to the stock exhaust manifold. Remember, every time you remove the header to change the starter, you don't get the same fitment from the reinstalled header. Summit Racing sells several low-profile starters that are about 2/3rds the size of a regular starter. I have not used one, but I am researching this to find out if one of these will be a proper replacement that will accomplish two things: 1). - Keep the header tubes far enough away from the starter so as to not "burn up" the starter and 2) - if said starter malfunctions, it can be removed without having to uninstall the header.
Answered by: Mark Carbonaro
Date published: 2016-11-24

Is there a dual exhaust system that you would recommend with this product and would it still require a custom tie in from the header to the exhaust?

Asked by: Fanus
You could use any dual exhaust, the pipes from the header to the exhaust would have to be fabricated.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-08-23

You have five questions and one comment about starter clearance, there is an issue. Has it been addressed?

Asked by: Gpa65
Hi, while doing my research on headers and the inline 6, I came across another manufacturer that mentions the following regarding the starter and header clearance. "Only OE Ford factory starter motors/factory reconditioned starter motors will clear MSDS 6cyl exhaust headers.Any auto part chains/ off shore starter motors will not clear. You can identify the because the have longer housings." Its not a Scott Drake part it was referring too, but it could be something to think about.  Hope it helps.
Answered by: tikiron
Date published: 2017-01-27

Will switching from my Exhaust Manifold to this header mess/reduce my engines compression ratio?

Asked by: MustangMan73
Compression ratio is a product of the bore, piston and timing, so the headers will not affect that. They do seem to reduce the "draw" created by the single exhaust that helps pull exhaust gasses out of the engine...I'm speculating that the amount/volume of exhaust gas may not fully fill the dual exhaust system as well.
Answered by: Groundburst
Date published: 2016-05-12

has the issue of the header touching the original starter been resolved or do you have another header available thanks Trent

Asked by: Dads 66
As far as we're aware, there isn't any issue. That review was just one isolated case, and we've not heard of any other problems with this product.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2017-01-27

will the headeds part#exhd17 fit a 170 cu in.6 cyl. 1964 mustang

Asked by: 6469rat
Yes, it will fit your 1964.5.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2017-01-27
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