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  1. For the guys with dual exhaust. I'm in the process of fabbing up a set of headers. And I've gotten to the part of pipe size and mufflers. As of now I'm running vintage 1948 pipe and muffler. It sounds like a hi performance sewing machine. Looking for input on exhaust pipe size so I can build past the primary pipes. 2 or 2 1/2" and good sounding mufflers. As of now I'm set for 1 1/2" primary hot rolled .125" wall for primary tube into a v band collector. Since I'm fairly new to flat motors I'm open to suggestions. Good sound is what I'm looking for. Intake is a 2 carb Fenton. Cam is stock grind. Might have a Fenton head on lock if we can agree on price. Thanks.
  2. Bought a 51 Plymouth Cambridge with a good running 218 flathead a few months ago... I'm not a master mechanic, am using this project to learn. Seems one of the best ways to get a mild hp boost is to up the exhaust, so I picked up headers from Tom Langdon and a couple of glasspacks mufflers. I will eventually swap the intake manifold & add a second carb, but don't have the cash yet. So my question... what is the device that sits above the central portion of the headers and is connected to the carb via linkage (see attached photo)? I'm guessing it's some kind of heat riser .... can it be removed during header swap without any mechanical repercussions? Many thanks for any help - I know I'm a novice, that's why I'm asking "stupid questions" here before I tinker with this beauty.
  3. All, Pulled the engine on the '47 D-24 Deluxe and the exhaust manifold is cracked pretty good. I'm taking it to a welding shop to see what they can do, but despite the posts and others I've spoken to saying a welded manifold "can" work just fine, the "can" part is worrisome. Called around an a refurbished manifold is expensive ~$500. Wondering if anyone makes headers instead or has a lead on getting hands on a new or good condition manifold or a place who makes headers. Thanks.
  4. I have a set of original Fenton Headers to go on my P15 and want to get a good long lasting finish on them, has anyone got any thoughts or tips as to what to do? I know Rustolem do a High heat paint and have read some good reviews but then I have heard good things about ceramic coating too. Any thoughts?
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