If you’re going to be a “one trick pony,” it’s best that you do that one thing exceptionally well, and that is exactly what Hedman Husler Hedders does best: headers (yeah, we know. The spelling is a little off). Hedman Husler has been at the “hedder” game since 1954, cranking out quality American-made race-bred performance exhaust components for drag racing, asphalt or dirt oval racing, and now LS-swap conversions.
For 2011, Husler is branching out even further by including a whole new line of hedders – parts that they’ve been developing over the past two years – including a 360 Dirt Sprint Racer hedder, LS-engine swap hedders (available in both long and short-tube) and brackets, and much more.
Additionally, Hedman Husler introduced a new Black Maxx ceramic coating which not only protects the hedders from corrosion and discoloring but reduces heat and improves engine performance. New entries include a Econorail Dragster series for SBC, BBC, FE Fords, and RB Mopars in both conventional and upswept designs. Got a Pro-Mod, Pro-Stock, Top Fuel or Alcohol Funny Car? Husler’s got zoomies for those too.
The big news is for you Asphalt Modifieds, Asphalt Sprint cars, Asphalt Late Models and Super Late Models. Husler’s got complete conventional and Tri-Y systems with slip-on collectors, 3/8-inch flanges and 18g tubes. Dirt Sprints are in luck too, with a variety of head configurations for Chevrolet 350 and 410 motors. Dirt Modifieds and Late Models score with new hedders to fit a swathe of chassis and stepped and standard designs too.