New A-Body Gen III HEMI Swap Exhaust From Hooker BlackHeart


Gen III HEMI swapping your 1972 Duster just became a whole lot easier. Holley has continued to make Gen III HEMI swaps easier and easier with a plethora of parts from engine wiring kits to bolt-in fuel tanks for many classic Mopars. Now, Hooker BlackHeart just added to that long list with their header back exhaust system for Gen III HEMI swapped A-bodies.

Hooker BlackHeart was introduced as the goto brand for all your modern car and truck exhaust needs. They utilize the latest technology and materials to design incredible sounding exhaust. Hooker BlackHeart has branched out into also designing engine swap kits and exhaust for multiple classic vehicles, including many of our classic Mopars.

Their latest release is a header back exhaust system that bolts right in any Gen III HEMI swapped A-bodies from 1967-1974. This system uses 2.50-inch 304 stainless tubing for durability and corrosion resistance. Each piece of 304 stainless exhaust is hand welded for superb quality and fitment.  

Hooker BlackHeart did not just throw some pipe together and call it an exhaust. They have gone to great lengths to tuck the exhaust as high as possible for maximum ground clearance. They also designed the system for both 111-inch or 108-inch wheelbase cars. 

The exhaust system works with all popular transmissions and with any of Hooker BlackHeart’s Gen III HEMI crossmembers. Pair it with Hooker BlackHeart’s shorty headers (#BH23104) for a complete exhaust solution for your HEMI swapped A-body. 

HEMI swapping your lightweight A-body is becoming a more viable option and without major fabrication or tuning. Check out Holley.com and Hooker BlackHeart for all your HEMI swap needs today. Enjoy the latest Ma Mopar technology in your classic ride now. 

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Gavin Wollenburg

Editor – gavin.wollenburg@shawgroupmedia.com Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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