Discussion in 'Small Garage Products and Services' started by Hector, Jun 7, 2009.
If you currently have a heat riser valve this part will take its place.
Do have any of these heat riser delete still available? I have a 1969 Buick Electra 225 with a 430 engine. If so, do you have a website or EBay?
I do have the parts available for sale. I sell them through this site only. Price is $65.00 shipped in the US and Puerto Rico, others will add actual shipping minus $5.00. I prefer PayPal for payment but will accept a postal money order as well.
If interested in purchasing the part , shoot me a private message here with your info. Thanks.
I don’t know how to private message, but I’m am interested in purchasing this part.
PMed you back.
Hector, do you still have any of these for the 455?
Yes sir, I do.
Hector was it ever determined that these will work on a NH engine?
I just happen to have a nail head heat riser from a 66 GS and one from a 67 GS. I will compare them for you
The bolt spacing is identical and the openings are identical. The only difference is the studs in the nailhead exhaust manifolds are bigger diameter so you would have to drill out the holes in the new delete plate slightly larger. In the second picture they are stacked on top of each other.
I'd like to get one new to the website don't know how to do the private message thing!
I replied to your message.
Hello Hector, Are the deletes still available, and will these work on a 400ci? Thanks
Thanks for the question. I will admit that I have never thought about the 400ci for this application but I will assume that it will fit. I believe, but I'm not 100% sure, that the 400 ci exhaust manifolds will fit 430 or 455's. If they all interchange then this part will fit them all.
I am thinking the same thing. worth a shot, do you have any available?
Yes, I still have a few left.
PM me for the shipping details.
Hi Hector. I need a heat riser spacer for my GS 400. The bolt hole center points are 3 5/8” the actual down pipe hole is 2 1/8”. Is this what you have?
Yes, this will work. I replied on your PM.
Will this work on a 1970-71 455 exhaust?
Do you have any left?
Let me know,