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I just bought a set of flowtech headers for my 67rs. My alternator is mounted to my driverside exaust manifold. I called summet to see if they had an adapter kit, but that was a no go. I wanted to see if any of you had run into the same situation.

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How did ya mount it to the headers?
 

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The top bracket is part of the manifold though. Im sorry the bottom is.(correction)

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Many header manufacturers make alt. brackets, they seem to be fairly universal. You may have to trim the bracket a little to make it fit. Does your car have a/c?

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I have a 67 with flowtech afterburner headers, I took one of the universal brackets ccpeat talked about (Mr. Gasket makes them) and welded it to the header flange. It normally bolts to the #1 header tube bolts. It works really well. You don't have to weld them but the bolts don't fit very good.
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I've seen chrome brackets for sale on ebay and at noahperformance.com to use with headers. Hope this helps.

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1970 350 four bolt, .060, Speed pro hyper pistons, stock crank and rods, '77 vette GM manifold, edelbrock 600cfm, comp magnum 280H cam, '993' 75cc heads, comp springs, manley valves 1.96"-- In 1972 Nova, aka Camaro killer.
 
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