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    I'm looking at getting rid of the snails & logs on my 19' Rogers Bonneville. Can anyone tell me if I need regular traditional style headers or twistys? I'm concerned about clearance. Don't wanna get too close to the gunnels and possibly burn the gel. I've been looking at both Rewarder and Bassett and I'm leaning more towards Bassett.

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    these are my bassets in a 76 18' bonniville. no prob with clearence. I've been warned bout runnin dry headers & burning the sides. Twisty's look pretty cool

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    Eddie, either style will fit on there no problem. Twistys might look cool on there.

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    Eddie, either style will fit on there no problem. Twistys might look cool on there.
    i have a new set of bassett chrome twisties with lines for sale $600.00 must pick up no shipping!! Jim 1818-890-1867

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    here is a pic of my twistys on mine
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    Thanks to everyone for the replies, and thanks to ELCHINROGERS and rogerroost for posting pics of their boats. I'm really liking the look of the twisties. The bbc in my Rogers is a little lacking in the horsepower department right now and I'm planing on upgrading it this coming winter. The exhaust is the first item on my list that needs attention.

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    no problem and dont worry i lack hp too and cubic inchces but it still runs hard

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    Some Old School Gils
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