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Does anyone else run pacesetter long tub headers? Going to get a set and a pypes X pipe and was wondering how good they are

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Not Pacesetter's but I'm running pypes. Either way you got a handful on installing them. Passenger side header has to be removed to remove my tranny.

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All long tubes are a PITA to install, especially these. Pacesetters have a different collector, not the type you can just bolt on to. You get what you pay for. You might have steering shaft rubbing issues. I would go with a set made from stainless steel and a ceramic coating.


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So I am actually running pace setters . they needed no modification to install no rubbing issues everything bolted up just fine. I'd recommend getting the pace setter x pipe though. Best stick with the same brand for ease
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