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This comes from Vickie, who posed this question to me. Not being familiar with '62 Tbirds, I decided to post this for her. Please respond here. Hopefully, she will be able to see your responses or I will pass the information on to her. I gave her information on how to become a member of Squarebirds, so hopefully, she will join us, and be able to give you more details.

"I am trying to find someone who knows about custom exhaust headers so the engine can breathe better. I have a 62 T-Bird with a 390 factory exhaust manifolds and they just don't breathe right. Do you have any advice or changes that can work? Vickie"
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Old 12-13-2008, 06:54 AM
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And she is correct about FE log style manifolds, they are power robbers.
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Thanks, Gary! I shudda known that you would come up with something quick! You are amazing! I will pass this on to her. I hope she decides to join us here on Squarebirds. It would be great to have another active gal member!
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Hey there Ray & Vickie,
I actually have a set of those headers on my 63. They're fairly close to bolt in. If you're still looking at a set, just let me know and I'll fill you in on all the mod's requird to install em.
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