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post #1 of 7 Old November 11th, 2015, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Aod vs c4

Posting this here since this has the most traffic. Does anyone know if a pair of foxbody longtubes that were previously installed on a 302 with a c4 will fit a 87 fox with the stock aod auto.

Can't find a part number of anything on the headers to confirm that they are the automatic ones.


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post #2 of 7 Old November 11th, 2015, 11:32 PM
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No idea. What i do know is that i have long tubes for your 302 sitting in a shed at my brother in law's. and a non-roller cam.


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Most likely not. When I converted my 68 from a c4 to AOD i had to get different headers. The bell housing on an AOD is bigger so if they bought them specifically for a c4 car its going to be super tight or not work at all.

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What manufacturer of headers?

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They are mac chrome headers.

The current seller bought them off a guy who used them on his fox with both a c4 and a t5. Seller claims that they should fit but just wanted some other opinions.

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The T5 is a smaller transmission than the aod and c4.

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The may or may not. On the older cars like TCs it's a definite no, because the headers hugged the bell housing to make room for the Z bar, but since the fox bodies had a cable, the primaries gave more room around the bell housing, and weren't as tight of a fit.

Another thing is that I think they started using the AOD in '85, and the C4 wasn't even an option in '87, so chances are that the headers were made to fit an AOD.

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