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Denis Welch Headers reference?
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waydeki Wayde Kirvida
Hugo, MN, USA   USA
I'm considering the Denis Welch headers for my '64 Mk III project. They look like a reputable company but I don't want to get them to the US and then find that they need rework to make them fit. Can anyone attest to their workmanship and fitment? Will they bolt right up with no issues? Thanks for any input.

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minimarc Bob Marcum
BREVARD, NC, USA   USA
You might also consider Maniflow:

https://www.maniflow.co.uk/

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petnatcar Silver Member Peter Carbone
Watertown, NY, USA   USA
Wayde,

I've had a set of Denis Welch headers for 18 years without any issues.

I had them JetHot Coated back then but that's mostly burned off now.
You will have to use 2" Flex Tubing with clamps (not shown in this pic) to connect the muffler.
I used a stainless steel one from Cape International.

You can generally get an extra 10% horsepower from most engines just from using headers.

Good luck,
Peter

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Triumphant66 Kent C
Richmond, VA, USA   USA
1956 Austin-Healey 100M "ParisieM"
1963 MG MGB
1964 MG MGB "Nanette"
1966 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8    & more
Tom at Fourintune installed the Denis Welch header on my 3000 (late 1965 production) ground up resto. He wrapped it in insulating fabric to minimize the heat transfer to the intake system close by.

Kent

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Dougie Doug Escriva
Portland, OR, USA   USA
Kirk Headers are also a good option, made in the USA, so better exchange rate and no overseas freight. A few members here have used them for years. I contacted them recently for a new set of race headers, but they don't make stainless which I wanted.

http://www.kirkracing.com/headers.html

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