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    Hi, I have a set of bbc 180* snake headers that are to corroded to run, But in good enough condition to copy, any body know someone that could help. I live in socal santee I need them to run one of old Murl Burtons Engines, In His old HELLFIRE, Thanks
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    Get a hold of cj22 on the boards. He is a good fabricator and did some 180 headers on his boat. Hit him up he will make them bad ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by SofaKingFast View Post
    Get a hold of cj22 on the boards. He is a good fabricator and did some 180 headers on his boat. Hit him up he will make them bad ass
    Thanks for the help I will look him up,

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    Quote Originally Posted by litewing468 View Post
    Thanks for the help I will look him up,

    Call me , I'll give you his number!
    No matter how good she looks , someone is tired of her shit!

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    Whats up honkey, heard you sold that turd of a blower motor

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    Lucas Fab is located in Huntington Beach and does great work and reasonable prices. (714)317-8393

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupo1904 View Post
    Whats up honkey, heard you sold that turd of a blower motor
    YEPP she's a gonner, looking to loose a little weight and geter a little more of them RPM's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woods 017 View Post
    Lucas Fab is located in Huntington Beach and does great work and reasonable prices. (714)317-8393
    Thanks Woods 017,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcsrollin View Post
    Call me , I'll give you his number!
    Thanks Marc, Ill do That

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    Somebody here had a set in stainless for sale about a year ago, i will look after i wake up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoldHondaBoughtHondo View Post
    Somebody here had a set in stainless for sale about a year ago, i will look after i wake up.
    Thanks. for the help.

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    Intrigued by what this meant i did some research. from what i gather it is to have 180*opposing firing order pistons in the same collector to increase and smooth the transition from midrange power to WOT by reducing scavenging. i feel i almost have a handle on this concept but would like confirmation of the jugs VS holes. i will ask using a common 460 as a model as i see it the order would go like this as in my drawing. if this is wrong could someone correct me please

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    Quote Originally Posted by FARMER JOHN View Post
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    Thanks, Farmer john those are the ones i have, Are you running A flat plane crank?

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