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Exhaust ID confirmation? Pacesetter+hooker

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    Exhaust ID confirmation? Pacesetter+hooker

    Just got this WS6, and I think I've identified the exhaust, Y, and headers. I took a few pics (without lifting the car, but hopefully these help). I think I found what we've got... can anyone confirm please?

    Headers: PaceSetter 70-2255



    Y: no cats visible, so looks like the 70-2255 comes with an ORY? Off-Road Y? I live in Kansas so they don't test emissions here:


    Exhaust: Hooker Cat Back Exhaust 16811? I'm guessing a little more here...



    and then there's this thing (O2 Sim?) One on each side.


    Also the check engine code P1133 is up, says Heated oxygen sensor - B1S1 (HO2S11) insufficient switching.

    I don't think the car has been tuned, it does run a little rough. Then again, that's relative, not sure what a well tuned LS6 engine would sound like with this exhaust. It also threw code P0300 - random cylinder misfire detected. Maybe that is due to tuning also?
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    2002 Firebird TransAm WS6
    K&N Filter, PaceSetter LT headers/ORY, Hooker catback exhaust
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    You are gonna need a tune. I have read that O2 sims don't really help with keeping the cars onboard computer happy. Contact our sponsor Frost to confirm you indeed need a tune.

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    the headers are pacesetter. The y pipe is exhaust shop made. The muffler is deff not hooker, maybe flomaster. Hooker is longer and black with a 3bolt flange in the inlet side of the muffler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRENIGAR View Post
    the headers are pacesetter. The y pipe is exhaust shop made. The muffler is deff not hooker, maybe flomaster. Hooker is longer and black with a 3bolt flange in the inlet side of the muffler.
    Hmmm is that bad, that it's a Flowmaster? I've seen a lot of comments about flowmaster on "Newbie mistakes"... Is there any way to tell if it is a flowmaster? Anyone know?

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    If the muffler is a FlowMaster, and it's directional, then it should have "FlowMaster" stamped on the case. But you will have to drop the muffler to see the name on top.

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