Secrets Of Speed Society
Exhaust Headers
Updated 10/24/2017
SOSS Members get 10% Off These Parts
Exhaust header Gasket
$8.50                              
IN STOCK

Metal clad one piece.  Can be cut in sections for intake manifold seal.  Photo is of metal front (silver) and back side (grey).
HEADER PLATES
$59.00      
IN STOCK  
Both sizes: 4 or 6 hole

Only from Scalded Dog Speed Parts: Our plates are special. The back side has a chamfer machined into the exhaust port holes. Your welder inserts the 1-1/2" Dia. steel tube into the hole and welds on the backside. The finished job will not show the welding for a nice clean install.
​4 hole version is for welding a header to fit an engine built up with an "F" head type OHV conversion like the Rileys, Roofs and many more era conversions, where the exhaust ports are in the block and the unused intake ports need to be covered.
Each exhaust hole is CNC chamfered on the back side to receive weld for a clean front side look.  Holes are 1.5" Dia. and plate is cut from 3/8" thick steel stock.
Fits Model A and B Fords. Depending on final application these may require longer mount studs or bolts.
Exhaust Header  -  "Y" Header kit
$ TBA                                
SOLD OUT . . .CASTINGS ORDERED . .  EXPECT TO HAVE ABOUT MARCH 2018

​Fits all Model B and A engines. Two Iron "Y" castings, 4 gland rings, 2 weldable header flange plates, hardware,  lower gaskets and full Instructions. Deep mellow tone. Not loud and tinny like tube headers. These can be fed into one pipe or fed back as two functional pipes. Castings are fine grained best quality and take coatings nicely. 
Video:  Walk around -  click HERE.
Video:  Hear the muffler system at work - click HERE.

Providence: A gentleman in Washington State was playing around with a couple Model A intake manifolds trying to see if he could make a header using the mount feet and the legs of the intake. One thing turned to another and he ended up making a set casting patterns from old parts that worked and looked neat, this was in the early 1960's. I bought the patterns in 2005 and they sat around for a while. Basically they were too heavy and a bit rough.

​Bill Smith, of Speedway motors stopped by my office, he had a way of sniffing out speed parts, and told me they were too heavy and needed a redo on the tooling. So new tooling was made so that each set of Split-Y headers are stronger, lighter and better braced for long service along with a fine surface quality.  Not only do they look "steam punk" based on old parts . .they sound so deep and mellow. The sound leaves no doubt that you have the power, but the those harsh high treble tin pipe notes are gone . . just a smooth rumble. Believe me, nothing in the hobby sounds so good. These headers are the originals and they're good for 5 HP increase to boot.
 
All hardware is included. 
Shown here are the flanges, gaskets and nut/bolt/washers.
These 2 steel flanges are used to weld your collector pipes to.
Shown are set of 4 gland rings for port alignment, header to block bolts and special over sized washers. Instructions included.
Fits all Model B and A engines. Filter side plates and B fuel pumps can not be used. Most down draft intake manifolds fit except Scalded Dog.
Below: Click the link below to review the installation instructions.
​Questions? Please call or email.
Email us with what you want along with your full name and billing/shipping address. We will send back an invoice to pay from. . . Or call our office (513) 724-0700 EST, USA
Scalded Dog Speed Parts, 3860 Cain Run Rd, Batavia, OH 45103.   Phone (513) 724-0700    Email:  cy4fn@outlook.com