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Old 01-28-2014, 07:39 PM   #1
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Mid pipe question

I ordered Pace Setter LT headers last night. And I'm wanting to know what mid pipe I can get. I saw the Pace Setter mid pipe for GTs will that match up with the headers for my sixxer?
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Yea u can get the mid pipe for gt. It should fit perfect with the headers but thats what i was told. I also own a pair if pace setter headers but ill proly get rid if them cuz with the long tubes the car will run rough with the check engine light on. I m thinking of going shortys. I dont need the extra power in my daily driver but i would love to. It would be best to get a tune asap after u get everything ready. But yea pace setter mid pipes should fit the long tubes for the v6. U would also need to got some O2 extentions. They got em on AM. Hope this helps
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You may need to get a new coil pack and bigger plug wires and new spark plugs.
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Ya i need a lot of things to get her running right. But im broke n ill be ok with some shortys n slp axlebacks. Just trying to make it more fun to drive
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Is say do the engine work first. It'd be cheaper than the exhaust by far.
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Ya after the cold goes away thats my plan. Gotta get it ready for the car meets comming up. Thnx for the advice n good luck wit ur new exhaust system.
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