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I've been looking at an add on Ebay for new Ram Air 3 D port exhaust manifolds. $309 a pair, plus $199 extra for ceramic coating. I have a 65 389 stock heads. Any thoughts on these?
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They are excellent manifolds, about the best choice for a street/strip car. They fit and don't leak. They are much easier to install than headers. I personally would forego the $200 ceramic coating and paint them with stove paint for $8, but that's just me. None of these manifolds were finished with anything when new, so rusted is 'correct'.
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Thanks folks. Also found a pair at Parts Place, but think I'll go with these. I'm coming around to the "pure Pontiac" mind set, but I'm not quite ready for the rusted is correct. A lot of good paint out there, so I'll go that way.
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I have a set of ram air IV not rusted that I am pulling off this week if your interested I can snap some pics of them of course they are on my car.
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I need something that will bolt up to a 65 stock 389 head and stock 2 1/4 pipes. Not sure a ram air iv will do that.
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