Trick Flow’s Late Model Headers Feature Stainless Works Technology

Trick Flow has teamed up with Stainless Works for these latest headers, giving you optimum scavenging in your exhaust. These headers are mandrel-bent for maximum flow, and TIG-welded to prevent cracking in the future. Check out the list of applications below.

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Flow is about more than just stuffing the most air and fuel into the engine as possible. In order to draw an air/fuel charge into the cylinder heads to burn and make horsepower, you also have to efficiently evacuate, or scavenge all the nasty stuff in the combustion chambers left over from burning the previous air/fuel charge.

That’s why the airflow experts at Trick Flow turned to the exhaust experts at Stainless Works for headers designed to complement the high-flow characteristics of Trick Flow’s cylinder heads. Made in the USA from 304L stainless steel, the Trick Flow by Stainless Works Headers feature CNC mandrel-bent tubing for maximum flow, plus extra-thick laser-cut 3/8 inch flanges for a leak-free fit. The headers are fully TIG-welded—no worries about tubes cracking at the flanges or collectors.

Trick Flow by Stainless Works headers for late model vehicles have high flow stainless steel catalytic converters to keep you legal. Trick Flow even offers headers for turbo applications. All headers come with a lifetime warranty.

Header Applications
• 1970-81 Camaro, small block and LS
• 1967-69 Camaro, small block, big block, and LS
• 1968-72 Chevelle, small block, big block, and LS
• 1962-67 Chevy II/Nova with LS

Late Model Header/Converter Applications
• 1994-97 Camaro with LT1
• 1998-2002 Camaro with LS
• 2010-13 Camaro V8
• C5 and C6 Corvette
• 2004-06 GTO
• 1996-2002 Mustang 4.6L 2V
• 2005-13 Mustang 4.6L 3V and 5.0L

Turbo Header Applications
• 1979-93 Mustang 5.0L
• Universal-fit for small/big block Chevy, GM LS, and small block Ford


  • CNC mandrel-bent tubing for maximum flow
  • Extra-thick laser-cut 3/8 inch flanges for a leak-free fit
  • TIG-welded—no worries about tubes cracking at the flanges or collectors

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