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Old 05-12-2012, 02:31 PM   #1
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Pacesetter Longtube Headers and Catted Shorty X-pipe

Will the pacesetter long tube headers for the 4.0 v6 fit to the catted shorty x-pipes that are said to fit on the 05-09 GTs only?
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Re: Pacesetter Longtube Headers and Catted Shorty X-pipe

All long tube headers that I know of have to relocate the cats further back since they are longer. Your best bet is to go to a local muffler shop and tell them about your setup you want. They might save you some $$$. I had my 4.0 shorty headers installed for $180, and the so called "dual exhaust" converted into true duals for $80. The same guy also quoted $180-200 for custom x-pipe and installed out the door, but said to paint the true duals first to see where it comes off, because that's where the x-pipe needs to go. Hope this helps any
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All long tube headers that I know of have to relocate the cats further back since they are longer. Your best bet is to go to a local muffler shop and tell them about your setup you want. They might save you some $$$. I had my 4.0 shorty headers installed for $180, and the so called "dual exhaust" converted into true duals for $80. The same guy also quoted $180-200 for custom x-pipe and installed out the door, but said to paint the true duals first to see where it comes off, because that's where the x-pipe needs to go. Hope this helps any
I know that's why I'm wondering if the catted shorty x-pipes will fit
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I'm pretty sure they will, i have pacesetter LTs brand new so if u end up going that way PM me and I'll give u a good price
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I'm pretty sure they will, i have pacesetter LTs brand new so if u end up going that way PM me and I'll give u a good price
Yeah I might
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And I have the O2 extension kit you'll need too if you go that route
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