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Small Block Chevy spark plug heat shields

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Bennett, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. Bennett

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    Looking foar spark plug heat shields for the over the valve cover type wires.

    I know the behind the block wires are an option but I have have new straight boot type $$wires and want to stay over the top. '
    I am using Rams Horns witha y pipe...

    any pictures or ideas .

    thx
     
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  2. dgangle

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    what manifolds are you using? This info would be helpful.
     
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    where can a guy find these besides eGay
    did they come stock on some year SBC motors?
    heat-shields.jpg
     
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    search "rams horns" manifolds.....

    Noah
     
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    I have a pair that came off an late 60 model 283. Planning on putting them on newer 350 which didn't have any.
     
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    both my '89 and '90 TBI motors had factory heat shields. I don't know if the ones in the above pic were cut, but mine curl around and come down on both sides(but I don't have rams horn manifolds...) my plugs are routed as they were stock, behind the motor, with the stock brackets and plug-wire clamp/seperators.