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Conversion question

Discussion in 'Performance & Tuning' started by Sloppyseconds, Sep 7, 2019.

  1. Sep 7, 2019 at 8:25 AM
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    Sloppyseconds

    Sloppyseconds [OP] Member

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    I have a 95 YJ with a 5.7L 350...
    Over the years I have tried a few exhaust headers, but i cant find a style that works best. Started with Camaro style headers...no dice. I currently have some hookers that i tried to do a duel exhaust system, but that gets in the way of my front shaft hitting the drivers side exhaust pipe, so that's out as well.
    I'm thinking I need block huggers, to a "y" pipe, then out on passenger side.
    I have read where crossmember engine mounts can conflict with header outlets, so I am unsure which to select. My crossmember mount utilizes the engine block center mounts (obviously) and the crossmember runs fram rail to frame rail across the very front of my oil pan, directly under the pan. Just enough clearance to remove pan without messing with the crossmember mount.
    So does anyone know exactly which headers would work best with this set up. I'm done with dealing with this. I want all stainless steel.
     
  2. Sep 7, 2019 at 3:57 PM
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    Jim Beam

    Jim Beam Well-Known Member

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    Fuel Injection, Dana 44s, T18, 4.10s w/lockers
    How about a set of performance exhaust manifolds or shorty headers as full length headers will create a lot of underhood temperature causing your fuel mixture to go rich.
     
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