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    does anyone know if anyone has a set of bbf to bbc header adpter plates for sale I found some new ones for 250 a pair buttif anybody had some laying around I would be interested thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Another Forum) View Post
    ....BBC to BBF header adapters. They have 7 passes on them. I bought these from (Evans Racing Engines - LO). $ 200.00
    Call 719-395-6558 or 719-207-0517. Thanks Joe....
    These are the best brand adaptors out there. This set is located in CO.

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    Charlie Evans makes nice adapters, the price may not still be so cheap though.
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    I just orderded a set from Charlie yesterday and they are $225. I've had Charlie port heads for me as well as use his adapter plates and i've been very happy to say the least.

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    Take a couple of them heffers to the big house and buy ya a new set of headers, ya know, heffers for headers.
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    just run blue thunder heads

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78CoLeBBF View Post
    just run blue thunder heads
    I will have to agree. That's what I did.


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    me too works good

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    worked for me too

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    Could I get a phone number for Charlie? I need a set for a 1966 428 CJ, where is he located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldschool427 View Post
    Could I get a phone number for Charlie? I need a set for a 1966 428 CJ, where is he located?
    BBC headers to a 428? Don't think its gonna happen as the port spacing is way different than the spacing of the BBC/460 BBF. Oh...and there never was a 66 428 CJ.

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    I thought FURDS were oh so damn good Why even use BBC headers???




















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    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    BBC headers to a 428? Don't think its gonna happen as the port spacing is way different than the spacing of the BBC/460 BBF. Oh...and there never was a 66 428 CJ.
    The "Cobra Jet" valve covers don't count. Damn.....

    I mentioned the bore spacing problem on his original thread in "Open Water".

    Bore spacing is different and converting the high rectangle FE exhaust port to oval may prove to be problematic.

    But then again, I may learn something new on this.

    Edit: he might be better off buying a set of FE truck headers, flipping them over so the exhaust runs up and then seeing if a muffler shop or header Fab guy can "cut and paste" to a set of TT Chevy headers. It won't be easy,but neither will the adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    I thought FURDS were oh so damn good Why even use BBC headers???


















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    So the guys switching from Chevy to Ford power don't have to spend the bucks for a new exhaust system.

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