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Old 08-05-2012, 08:28 PM   #1
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Alright I hav heard good and I have heard bad with pacesetter long tubes now I want you guys opinion! What do you think about them? Performance and durability wise?
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ive had mine on for lil over 2 years now i love mine. ive heard good and bad on them too but most the problems ive heard came from gm guys not having a flat mounting surface or leaks. but never heard of anything bad from a ford guy. but imo go for it foor the price of them theyre just as good as any other brand
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I know on sixxers pacesetters dont have flanges on them and have to be welded on separately....are GT ones like this? I know on a v6 mac already has the flanges welded on which is part of the price difference
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I know on sixxers pacesetters dont have flanges on them and have to be welded on separately....are GT ones like this? I know on a v6 mac already has the flanges welded on which is part of the price difference
My pacesetters didn't need welded
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Alright I hav heard good and I have heard bad with pacesetter long tubes now I want you guys opinion! What do you think about them? Performance and durability wise?
I just installed long tube pacesetters on my 03gt I like it can't complain good sound to it also....I would recommend
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mine didnt have flanges on them i wind up getting some from advance auto parts or pepboys. i had to buy two boxes cuz they only have the 2 flanges and couplings (one for header and other for mid pipe) but they only 15 20 bucks a box with the gasket
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