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    Hooker 292 LS swap headers

    Brand new in box, never mounted or run. Ceramic coated, Summit is $648, $500 shipped to 48.IMG_20190118_171012217.jpgIMG_20190118_171043766.jpg

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    Very sorry to see you parting with all this stuff. Your C4 restomod was going to shape up to be another great one.

    What version LS engine are these headers for?
    1957 Nomad- LS1/T56 on C4 chassis- [URL=http://s78.photobucket.com/user/pcardey/library/57%20Chevy%20Nomad%20wagon[/URL]

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    According to Holly, 1955-57 Chevys; LS (all exc. LS7) Engine Swap Headers . I believe all except the ls 7 have the same exhaust port spacing.

    I'm sad to see the project go, but too much to do and didn't want to see it keep sitting.

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    I have a pair of these, they fit my LS3 just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WagonCrazy View Post
    What version LS engine are these headers for?
    Aren't the 2292s the same headers you used?
    56 Nomad, Ramjet 502, Viper 6-speed T56, C4 Corvette front and rear suspension

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    Laszlo,
    I'm pretty sure I used 2292's but FlaDiver's look different that mine.
    Specifically, his driver side has O2 bungs welded on, facing out. My headers had NO bungs. (which I bought seperately and welded facing IN)
    1957 Nomad- LS1/T56 on C4 chassis- [URL=http://s78.photobucket.com/user/pcardey/library/57%20Chevy%20Nomad%20wagon[/URL]

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    Mine came with the outward facing O2 bungs. They are also welded on at 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock which places the probe level. This is not recommended, as any condensation that occurs when the engine is shut off will remain on the probe which shorten its life. Instead they should be welded at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock so that condensation runs off. Since inward facing O2s seem to be more compatible with my wiring harness (and most), I'll just weld on some new ones in the right spot, then plug the outward facing ones. I'll use them for a wide band sensor if I ever go to the dyno.

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