Exhaust Header for 1969-1979 Ford F-100 F100 5.0L 302W

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FlasharkSKU: FLES08040
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FLASHARK Exhaust Header for 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Ford F-100 F100 5.0L 302W

Replacing or upgrading your exhaust header is necessary for both engine performance and sound. It'll increase high-flow air, and instantly gain 10 -15 Hp. / Tq. Whether on or off the track, exhaust headers provide more horsepower and improved exhaust sound. FLASHARK offers many products to help you create your own custom engine headers. It's really easy and convenient to use: direct bolt-on, no modification needed. 


  • 1969-1979 Ford F-100 F100 5.0L 302W


Brand Name: FLASHARK
Certificate: ISO9001:2000
Application: Automobile Exhaust Header
Material: Stainless Steel+Black Paint
Surface: Mirror Polish
Tube Diameter: 1.50"
Collector Size: 3.00"


Tube Diameter: 1.50"
Collector Size: 3.00"
Primary Tube Gauge: 18-gauge
Flange Thickness (in.): 0.31 in.
Number of O2 Sensor Locations: 0
The header features an 8-2 piping design
100% brand new, Never been tried or installed
Long Tube Headers, Flange Connections
TIG Weld & Black Coated For Durability
Improve Sound, Horsepower & Torque
Mandrel-Bent For Maximum Performance
Product Includes: Two Exhaust Headers with Gaskets and bolts

What are exhaust manifolds for?

Boost Horsepower and torque, and Save on Gas with Headers and Exhaust System Modifications!"

Replacing a vehicle’s headers and exhaust is a way to add horsepower and torque, and it will also increase your vehicle’s volume. Want a car that sounds like an American muscle car should? This header will help your vehicle achieve that and it can add up to 8-20 horsepower.

Install an exhaust system means about a 0.5 mpg gas mileage improvement. While that might not sound like much, consider this: If gas costs $3 a gallon, and you drive this truck 15,000 miles a year, you’re saving yourself about $85 a year on gas. In five years, you’ll have saved nearly enough money to pay for a complete catback exhaust system

Exhaust Header VS Manifold, which is the better choice?

The structural differences between exhaust headers and manifolds are the material and size. From the material, exhaust headers are made of lighter, thinner steel, while exhaust manifolds are made of thick iron. Exhaust headers are also longer than exhaust manifolds. When in use, exhaust manifolds create back pressure, which lowers performance. Because each cylinder of the engine is given its own tube, however, headers eliminate this problem; thus, allowing the gases to exit without the creation of back pressure. Therefore, exhaust headers are a BETTER choice than an exhaust manifold.





Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Luis D. (Houston, US)
Really good

They are worth it

Hello. Thank you for your review! We look forward to receiving your feedback pictures!

B.H. (Matthews, US)
Good bang for the buck

Was looking for a cheap set of headers for a 1979 f100 that has a foxbody 302 and a t18 4-speed, when ordering I was sure the headers wasn't going to fit and I'd have to return them. I was pleasantly surprised to find the headers fit perfect around all crossmembers, clutch linkage, starter, etc. Of course they're a bit tight getting into position like any longtube would be(had to remove starter and jack rear of trans up to get into position), but nothing abnormal. I'm sure the coating isn't going to last, but that's to be expected. Overall pleased and would buy again

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