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EXHAUST MANIFOLD FOR LATER SPITFIRES
“Cracked Exhaust Manifolds Are a Big Problem on Later
Spitfires—Here's the Answer”
Cracked exhaust manifolds are not
uncommon on the Spitfire, particularly on
the later cars fitted with catalytic converters.
Fortunately there is a reproduction manifold
available that has all the holes needed to fit
any late application.  Plugs are supplied to
blank off holes not needed for your specific
application.
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EXHAUST MANIFOLD,
to replace all
1
NLS
exhaust manifolds on later Spitfires
with catalytic converters
FREE-FLOW EXHAUST SYSTEMS
“Look  Good, Sound Good, Improve Your Engine's Performance”
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MONZA FREE-FLOW EXHAUST
HEADERS AND SYSTEMS
EXHAUST HEADERS;
may require
some filing and fitting
Header,
Spitfire mks.3, 4, early 1500
1
NLS
Header,
later Spitfire 1500, includes
1
NLS
EGR connection
EXHAUST SYSTEM
Monza Exhaust System,
Spitfire mks.
1
566.34
3, 4, 1500, with dual chromed tips
EXHAUST SYSTEM COMPONENTS


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