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Thought I'd pass along this info.

REF Unlimited in Kingman, AZ just built me new step headers for my Firebird/522, copying my current set...







Took about 2 weeks. Workmanship is excellent and I'm sure they will fit perfect.

I opt'd for mild steel. $1,200 without collectors, add $500 for collectors and double that price if your want stainless steel.

Greg Holman came highly recommend from friends that are class racers.

(929)692-0111

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Nice...but my Kooks got waaayyyy cleaner welds...
 
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Non-stepped by the look of them.

I have Lemons on my car, they fit great. I think they were $1200 (complete) but uncoated when I got them. Stepped wasn't that much more, just didn't know if I should have tried that or not. These work fine for me.

I sent them to the place you told me about in CT, they do good work. Far better than JH......
 
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Non-stepped by the look of them.
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Third section into the fourth section is stepped.



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Right they're stepped.

Now I've got to decided whether they are going to Gene/Central Connecticut Coatings or Jason/Jason's Metal Polishing for chroming which is double the price of high temp coating.


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A lot of buddies have used him, and everyone just raves about him. I think he is a real artists, seen some stuff that looks great and performs better than you can imagine. Welder


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A lot of buddies have used him, and everyone just raves about him. I think he is a real artists, seen some stuff that looks great and performs better than you can imagine. Welder


That's all fine and dandy, but you just wanted a reason to use the welder emoji........now, get back to The Bender thread where you belong
Laughing my a$$ off


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Rolla Competition Engines 540 Chevy
The Blower Shop XR1
FTI XPM Series Converter
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3.70@198


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A lot of buddies have used him, and everyone just raves about him. I think he is a real artists, seen some stuff that looks great and performs better than you can imagine. Welder


That's all fine and dandy, but you just wanted a reason to use the welder emoji........now, get back to The Bender thread where you belong
Laughing my a$$ off


Dang busted!! No really he is very good


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They do look good in the pictures.


272" Spitzer
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Of course they do, I only do business with the best.


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Very nice, for the firebird or dragster?
 
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Firebird, thanks


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just got my new headers back from from Gene aka Central Connecticut Coatings and no surprise having dealt with him for over 2 decades, they look great...

http://www.centralctcoatings.com/





Got some parts powder coated gloss black to too.


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Figured you’d know about head
 
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just got my new headers back from from Gene aka Central Connecticut Coatings and no surprise having dealt with him for over 2 decades, they look great...

http://www.centralctcoatings.com/





Got some parts powder coated gloss black to too.
that top picture, isn't the egt bung awfully close to the header flange? Or is it just the picture making it look that way?


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6.86 @ 198 trying for more......

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235" Harrison 4-link
 
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Bump, for the big 'ol nasty mig bugger that nobody bothered to clean up before coating....


.991 60'
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6.86 @ 198 trying for more......

533" single carb
235" Harrison 4-link
 
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Bump, for the big 'ol nasty mig bugger that nobody bothered to clean up before coating....
SAW that big GIANT booger on there!!!!!
 
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Just had a set of headers coated by these guys, they said a week or two turnaround. Received them back 8 days from the day I shipped them Eek

Very nice job too ........
 
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I wouldn’t blame the coated for that bigger I would blame the header builder.
 
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