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    *hands down header winner*

    What is "THE BEST FITTING" Header out there???we're talkin the easiest, smoothest install.. without having hang-ups or having to beat an butter the headers in..lol ive looked at a few and im just wanting to get some opinions..lol Thanks

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    from what ive read pacesetter or QTP have had almost no problems with the majority of peoples installs

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    pacesetters slid right in

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    Helped a friend do hookers and didn't have to to loosen the steering shaft or anything. Slid in like I was using Astroglide. I have QTP's in my living room waiting to go on. I'll let you know if the horror stories about their Y pipe are true.

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    I have pacesetters and they went in perfectly... Im upgrading to QTPs soon to match better with my TDs so i'll let you know how that goes!

    For the price and quality you really cant go wrong with pacesetters....

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    i just put pacesetters in the car last week.... they were really easy... and are factory height

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    I had pacesetters and quite frankly they were easier to install then my true dual exhaust was.
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    I can't imagine a header install being any easier than my Supermaxx w/catted Y. Everything fit perfectly
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    my kooks lt and 0ry fit like a glove

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    Pacesetter and Hooker. The recent QTPs seem to fit horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc 85Z28 View Post
    The recent QTPs seem to fit horrible.

    Hate to hear that. I have a pair waiting to go on. I heard it was the Y that had fitment issues. Will let everybody know in a month or so when they go on.

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    QTP's w/ no problems. Fit is perfect.

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    American Racing Header period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeroengineer View Post
    American Racing Header period.
    Where did you get your ARH at?

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    i put pacesetters into my car, they went right in, but its still a bitch cuz u gotta jack the car up like 3 feet if you dont have a lift, then not to mention taking the old manifolds off, old plugs and wires out, taking the starter off, old exhaust and y pipe,

    its a shitty job but its worth it to do yourself, i contemplated doing it for the longest time then i finally just ordered the parts and forced myself to do it. Its also good to have somebody to help you like hold the headers up when you put em in, ie getting the gaskets ligned up then starting some bolts

    the hardest part for me was getting the Pacesetter ORY to fit onto the headers and catback, what a bitch.

    but all said and done, the car runs better with LT's ORY plugs and wires, deff worth doing in the 20/20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numba1StunnaEC View Post
    my kooks lt and 0ry fit like a glove
    +1, mine went in without having to remove or loosen anything, done in hour and 15 min with 3 guys on a loaded lift.

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    XS Stainless here no problems what so ever. Love em.

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    American Racing Headers, Hands Down
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS-Power View Post
    Where did you get your ARH at?
    lm performance

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