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Old 01-07-2014, 06:27 PM   #1
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HELP!!! Car won't stay on!!

Ok as some of you may kno I have been installing long tube headers. Today I got the passenger side in along with the starter and motor mount.

I fell like I'm missing something little. Like a ground wire or something. There was a ground on the passenger motor mount that I got on. But I fell like there was 2

Also I haven't loaded the new tune. Could this be reson?
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Could you give any less information? Year of car? Which headers?
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Could you give any less information? Year of car? Which headers?

I already fixed the problem. But it's an 05 gt open pacesetter longtube headers
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Could you give any less information? Year of car? Which headers?

I already fixed the problem. But it's an 05 gt open pacesetter longtube headers
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How was the fitment of your pacesetters???
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Everything was perfect except for the very last bolt on the bottom of the driver side header

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How was the fitment of your pacesetters???

Everything was great except for very back rear bolt on the driver side
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Well that's good to hear for the most part, got pacesetters for my 03 GT and took them to get put on and they couldn't install them for fitment issues, taking them to a custom mustang shop to put them on, guys giving me a good deal for installation of them, motor mounts, x pipe and catback so I can't complain if he's custom tailoring it all for me
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Well that's good to hear for the most part, got pacesetters for my 03 GT and took them to get put on and they couldn't install them for fitment issues, taking them to a custom mustang shop to put them on, guys giving me a good deal for installation of them, motor mounts, x pipe and catback so I can't complain if he's custom tailoring it all for me

Oh dam that sucks
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Yeah that or I can shell out the money for a tubular K member because they add clearance for headers
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Yeah that or I can shell out the money for a tubular K member because they add clearance for headers

That's not a bad idea
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