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They have a different bend to them. V-drive pipes will sit too low & hit the back of a jet boat's transom. Jet pipes will stick up in the air on a v-drive.
Edit--Looks like Tom about covered it same time as me.
Because of engine positioning (flywheel fwrd/aft) Alot of older headers are application specific and for example V-drive headers might be very close to the top of the transom on some applications etc
If you put jet boat headers on a v drive they will point up in the air and imo look silly and if you put v drive headers on a jet they point down in the transom.. Hope this helps I think jets have a 5 or 4 degree built in to them
What is the difference between jet boat and v-drive headers? Besides one is for a jet boat and the other is for a v-drive that should cover it