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Old 12-12-2013, 11:10 PM   #1
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New exaust set up.

So iv decided that I'm gana go with pacesetter long tubes and dump it right after the pro chamber with some turndown tips. What do u guys think?
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I would not go with Pacesetters. BBKs for cheapies, SLP or Kooks if you want the best.

Also longtubes would be the last mod I do although in your other thread you were asking about parts to help launching. Get a tubular K member (UPR is the best one for drag IMO) and while the K is out do the longtubes. Perfect time to do it.
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Ok then thanks for the input
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Why not use pacesetter
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Quality and fit. You get what you pay for. I know the SLP and Kooks look expensive but they are top of the line. Honestly the SLPs are great because they come ceramic coated. A good ceramic coating job is $300-$350 so tack that onto the price of the headers and you're nearly there.
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