C7 Corvette Grand Sport American Racing Headers
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C7 Corvette American Racing Headers 1-7/8" - Grand Sport

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American Racing Headers for the C7 Corvette Grand Sport

1-7/8 Inch American Racing Headers - C7 Corvette Grand Sport.  ARH continues it's proud heritage with the production of it's Long Tube Header Line with these Headers for the C7 Corvette Grand Sport. Hand crafted in the US, using only the best 304 Stainless Steel, these C7 Corvette Grand Sport Headers are the ultimate Corvette Performance Parts. Each GS Long Tube Header Set features a 3/8" Hand Ported Flange and New Racing Gasket. Also included with these Grand Sport Headers is American Racing Headers exclusive Spike Merge Collector, 02 Extensions, New Clamps and Ball and Socket Connections for a leak proof seal.  These American Racing C7 Corvette Grand Sport Long Tube Headers Feature 1-7/8" Primaries with a 3"x 3" Center Section X-Pipe. ARH makes Headers for any application, choose from Off Road or Street Versions.

Based in Deer Park New York since 2005, American Racing Headers has manufactured top quality Long Tube Headers for more than 2 decades. Their staff of skilled craftsman pay attention to every detail and consistently turn out exceptional products, making them the perfect set of Headers for your C7 Corvette Grand Sport. As with all Long Tube Header Systems for your C7 Corvette Grand Sport, you will need to Tune your Corvette. Without a Tune, your car will run lean, illuminate a CEL and leave most of the Horsepower and Torque Gains on the table. Adding Long Tube Headers is a common modification and there are many Tuners that can offer you a Flash Tune, and we would be glad to recommend someone for you. Add Power and Performance to your C7 Corvette Grand Sport with a set of American Racing 1-7/8 inch Long Tube Headers.

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Fitment:  C7 Corvette Grand Sport (2017 - 2019)