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Best Header Combo for LS1 F-bodies MM6 Vert

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    Question Best Header Combo for LS1 F-bodies MM6 Vert

    Hey guys I want headers... I heard almost all headers perform the same.

    All I know is I want ceramic coated, longtube headers, great clearance, great sound, lowest price, and best fit possible.

    by combo I mean, longtubes, ory, and I guess 2 electric cut-outs!

    What's up?

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    well i was VERY happy with the set-up i had on my old 400rwhp 99SS....

    it started with a FLP 1-3/4 headers set.... FULLY COATED!!!! $1,195!!!!
    so you get coated long tubes, coated off road pipes, high flow cats (both easily interchangable) with great V type clamps, and a coated Y-pipe.

    then i had an electric QTP cut-out, which sounded like a friggen NASCAR when opened..... it was AWSOME!!!! i really miss that car.
    and the i left the stock SLP cat-back on when i wanted to be stealthy....

    like i said... it was a great set-up..... either LOUD or stealth.
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    For the price, Pacesetters are the cheapest, and are very popular among the members of the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLT1Z28 View Post
    For the price, Pacesetters are the cheapest, and are very popular among the members of the forum.
    True Best bang for the buck Pacesetters all the way!!!

    Around 400$ i think

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    yup just about 400 ceramic coated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankthetank View Post
    True Best bang for the buck Pacesetters all the way!!!

    Around 400$ i think
    just paid $500 for pacesetter's with ory, gaskets, and o2 extensions

    i'm just a little bit excited...

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    Don't use the paper gaskets that they supply, buy some OE metal gaskets.

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    hahaha thanks! any more tips will be appreciated. anyone know where to get a pair of cheap o2 sims?

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    and how do you disconnect the wires that go to what I believe are the spark plugs? do they just take a really good grip and a really hard pull?

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    Plug wires shouldn't take much effort to take off.

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    I gave one a tug and it didn't budge, but I'll show it who's boss later on. just wanted to know before I tear something up.

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