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Lcb Stainless Steel Header Exhaust Manifold For Mini And Mini Cooper S

Lcb Stainless Steel Header Exhaust Manifold For Mini And Mini Cooper S

Lcb Stainless Steel Header Exhaust Manifold For Mini And Mini Cooper S
Part No: C-AEG365S
Internet Price $494.95
Standard bore LCB (1-3/4"id) that is ideal for very hot small bore Mini or Mini Cooper engines, for standard to high performance Mini Cooper 1275s, and for street Mini Cooper 1380s. And in stainless steel for long life!
The best quality production manifold is made by Maniflow. The Long Center Branch design has been proven to be the best all-around for our 5 port cylinder heads of the Mini or MINI Cooper. Bore diameter being the only other variable.
For BIG bore LCB see C-AHT289.
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