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Old 03-10-2015, 12:07 PM   #1
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Non-ceramic headers

Does anyone have them on their car, and if so how have they held up.
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I was considering getting the black pacesetter headers, found on EBAY for $115
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I have those. They work fine. The y pipe had to be stretched out a little though to get them to fit. They aren't really a beginner thing to do though. Also, the paint will burn off after a few days

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Yes. Painted or uncoated will have that surface rust look in no time. Save yourself some headache later spend a little extra and get ceramic.

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I buy the painted ones, give them a mild hand sanding, heat up with a propane torch and them BRUSH on some high heat coating. Been on my shorties for a year and a half....about to buy some long tube pacesetters and do the same...$203 on ebay......In my opinion, If you're keeping shorties, get some off of a 94 &95 mustang.....saves money and just as good or better
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