If you want to improve the look and performance of your exhaust system on your 1965-1968 Mustang with a 289 or 302 engine, this pair of Scott Drake Ceramic Tri-Y Headers C5ZZ-9430-CC from CJ Pony Parts are a perfect fit. They resemble a traditional Tri-Y header while improving your exhaust system’s overall performance. Get yours today to make your 1965-1968 Mustang with a 289 or 302 Engine the best it can be.
Features and Benefits:
- Includes Necessary Gaskets and Hardware
- Driver and Passenger Side Pair
- Ceramic Construction
- Mandrel-Bent Tubes to Improve Exhaust Flow
- Tri-Y Mimic Design
- Direct-Fit Replacements
- 2-1/2" to 2" Collector/Reducer Cones
- All Necessary Gaskets and Mounting Hardware
This high-quality pair of Scott Drake ceramic Tri-Y aftermarket headers come with 2-1/2 to 2-inch collector/reducer cones plus all necessary gaskets and mounting hardware. They are sold as a pair for the driver and passenger side. Scott Drake constructs the headers with ceramic. The 16-gauge tubes are CNC mandrel bent to increase exhaust flow through the headers and out through the exhaust system. They are meticulously installed in an engineered welding jig for a perfect fit. This pair of headers mimics the traditional Tri-Y design in appearance and style with subtle changes to enhance its ability to fit and to improve performance. All headers include 1 and 1/2-inch primaries, 1 and 3/4-inch secondaries, and 2 and 1/2-inch collectors. Fits all 1965-1968 Mustangs with a 289 or 302 engine. Installation of these direct-fit replacements requires removing your previous headers and replacing them with your new pair of Scott Drake Tri-Y headers.
*1964.5-1965 V8 mounts hold the engine approximately a 1/4" lower than 1966+ mounts.
- Mustangs with larger bell housings may need to slightly dimple the header pipe or remove material on the bell housing for header clearance.
- Mustangs with a 164-tooth bell housings may need to slightly dimple the header pipe or remove material on the bell housing for header clearance.
- You may have to shim your engine up (especially if the mounts are older and collapsed) in order to gain more shock tower clearance. It’s very unlikely that you would have to do this, but it can be done with washers.