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Old 12-29-2016, 09:33 AM   #1
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In a tight spot

Need some help........
Any recommendations on the best headers to use on LS2 with rack and pinion steering? Using a 3 knuckle steering setup. The DD shaft will need to run between the header tubes and the inside of the frame. Installed Hedman's with 1-3/4 diameter mid-length tubes. These do not provide enough room for the DD shaft to pass. Has anyone experienced this issue?
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Old 12-29-2016, 11:02 AM   #2
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Need some help........
Any recommendations on the best headers to use on LS2 with rack and pinion steering? Using a 3 knuckle steering setup. The DD shaft will need to run between the header tubes and the inside of the frame. Installed Hedman's with 1-3/4 diameter mid-length tubes. These do not provide enough room for the DD shaft to pass. Has anyone experienced this issue?
I will have this moved to the LSx Swap forum. I think you will have better luck. I know a couple of guys have used the rack & pinion setups....

I used these on my '67 Chevy Panel Truck and they have quite a bit of header to frame clearance. I can measure the distance if you want me to....

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Old 12-29-2016, 11:07 AM   #3
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2010+ Camaro manifold work really well.
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