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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-03 4:22 PM (#429722)
Subject: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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hey guys !

anyone ever seen or heard of these exhaust manifolds for the d500 315  hemi  high performance engine?

I never did !  these are  not the 331 -392 manifolds with the  4 bolt square flange    they are supposebally

 strictly for the  d500 baby hemi 315 .

I was looking for manifolds a while back for my 241 hemi and never came across these manifolds anywhere on the internet.

what do you think ? were these ever made  for the 56 d500 315 hemi engine ?  not the nascar engine .

john

 



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d500neil
Posted 2014-03-03 4:28 PM (#429723 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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Those manifolds are for/from the 315 Hemi-truck engines.

These guys resemble the 354 Dodge Hemi-truck manifolds, but the two manifolds are manifestly different from each other.

They can be retrofitted onto the 315/325 Dodge Hemi-car engines, but not on the 315/325 Poly head engines, because the former
have round exhaust ports in the head, and the latter have rectangular ports on them.

Those are my photo-postings, from photos that were provided by Tim Dupont, Mr. Dash-1.












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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-03 4:34 PM (#429724 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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<p>hi neil glad you chimed in .. so these have to be pretty rare manifolds to find neil?</p><p>do these have the round holes for baby hemi  verses oblong and square ports for the other  hemi and poly engines? </p><p> </p>

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d500neil
Posted 2014-03-03 4:57 PM (#429727 - in reply to #429724)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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Both the 315 and the 345 Hemi manifolds have round ports and 4-bolt flanges.

Hard to say which series is more rare; common sense would say that the 354 guys are rarer than the 315's.


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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-03 7:11 PM (#429748 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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<p>sure like to find a pair of those 315 truck manifolds for my 241 hemi. </p><p>does anyone know what years/years dodge truck hemis had the drv side exhaust manifold exit to the rear  by the fire wall?</p><p>my 241 hemi has to have a rear dump manifold drvside. just like the one in the previous pics.</p><p>Thanks</p>

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d500neil
Posted 2014-03-03 7:59 PM (#429757 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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You might be in luck; the 1955-1957 (from the 55-58 Master Parts Book) D500 right side exhaust manifold carries P/N of 1532 891,
which would indicate a part origination date for 1955 model year.

If your car's right side manifold has this number, then the 315 Hemi truck manifolds will definitely bolt up to it.

If your manifold has a 13xxxx (probably, for 1953 application, or, maybe 14xxxxx) P/N, then the head porting's shape/location will
probably not configure with the 55-57 manifolds' port's shape or location.




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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-03 9:43 PM (#429783 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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yep neil
that is the same number my 54 hemi has for the pass manifold.
I thought the 241 270 315 and 325 hemis all have the same cyl bore location. not sure if 315 and 325 have oblong ports though .. larger hemis are all together a different bore configuration.
I thought I read somewhere ........that hemi trucks all had center dumps .. that is not what I am looking for though. I need that d500 drv manifold that exits the back. just like the above picture . .......... no room for a center dump on my 241 hemi. steering box is right there.
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d500neil
Posted 2014-03-11 7:56 PM (#430803 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: RE: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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This is the 1957 D500 driver's side exhaust manifold.

Think I still have it.





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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-12 8:38 PM (#430951 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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neil
57 's was still very simialr to the first 1953 baby hemi manifold. after all those years you think mopar could have improved them some way or another.
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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-12 8:40 PM (#430952 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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I found out how many d500-1 manifolds were made ................. 51 pairs .
and now not a pair in existence. go figure.
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d500neil
Posted 2014-03-13 5:06 PM (#431077 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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John, that "51" figure sounds reasonable, but where did you confirm that number?

I'd have to get out of my chair and turn around to check this....but, the 315 Hemi Truck manifolds are either the same
as the manifolds on the Dash-1's, or, they are very close in appearance to them.

The Hemi truck (engines-and-) manifolds are not super rare, but, typically the manifolds are only available with a complete
engine, and/or with that engine still being installed in a truck.

If you are possibly interested in my spare driver's side 57 D500 manifold, please PM me....and I'll go look to see if I still have it.





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dodge59
Posted 2014-03-15 9:32 PM (#431372 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: Re: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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<p>I haven't seen anything like these d500-1 manifolds neil..</p><p>look how aggressive they are .. the 331-354 trucks motors  and chrys 300 appear similar to the d500-1 pass side but nothing ressembles the drv side d500-1. these d500-1 are all by themselves .</p><p>big dumps on eash side   with 4 bolt  square flange  .</p><p>I think  the 51 quantity  means  chrylser had to produce  50+1 for nascar  cars  regulations . I think that is what I was told. don't quote me though.  it's a reliable source  hemi gurru  all the way.</p><p> </p><p> </p>

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56D500boy
Posted 2021-10-24 5:31 PM (#616240 - in reply to #429722)
Subject: RE: 1956 d500 hipo exhaust manifolds



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