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Old 11-26-2012, 11:58 AM   #1
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Headers/midpipe

Is it possible to buy one brand headers and a different brand midpipe? Or do they have to be the same brand. I'm talking about long tunes!
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Best to stay the same
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You can make anything fit or have a shop fab something for you but it's best to stick with what works.
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Best to stay the same
+1 but I see people mismatch em
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+1 but I see people mismatch em
Yea they're pretty much all the same size.
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Thanks! And does anybody know what pacesetters are so cheap?!
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Thanks! And does anybody know what pacesetters are so cheap?!
Probably cause I've never heard of them lol but you should get one brand if your gonna install them yourself so you won't have big issues with fitment
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You can make anything fit or have a shop fab something for you but it's best to stick with what works.
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Thanks! And does anybody know what pacesetters are so cheap?!
I started to buy them, but they were outta stock. From what I've researched ther good, but ther gonna rust.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:58 PM   #9
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Hey,

I would keep everything the same, for the sake of fit, finish, and they are designed to work with each other.

I would t imagine there are any pros for going no name, or building your own. Keep I'm mind most exhaust and pipe dealers make their product for performance, sound and uniformity.

Good luck!
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:17 PM   #10
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Pacesetters are great headers, cheap like pypes because they aren't an established company like flow master and magma flow, or kooks but there stuff is just as good
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Pacesetters are great headers, cheap like pypes because they aren't an established company like flow master and magma flow, or kooks but there stuff is just as good
Ya I ended up with pypes, not a complaint one. I wouldn't be afraid of pacesetter.
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I tried pypes and never going with them. Horrible fitment issues
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I tried pypes and never going with them. Horrible fitment issues
I guess I got lucky, I've heard that.
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I guess I got lucky, I've heard that.
I have pypes too, no problems over here.
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