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Catted Y for pacesetter

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    k so the TSP catted y pipe has cats, but why doesnt it have rear o2 bungs?

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    You don't need them

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    so just get sims, then get a af read out with a dyno run

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    i can afford to get it tuned , unless it will really need it

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    will i need extensions for the o2 sensors that connect to the headers?

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    just totalled it up $860 + shipping for

    Ceramic Coated Pacesetter LT's
    Pacesetter Catted Y
    O2 sims (1 pair)
    O2 extension, one 12, one 24
    TR-55 NGK plugs
    MSD 8.5 wires

    Plus what it'll cost to have the y pipe welded up

    not bad i guess

    if i do it, i'll buy it all in parts, some here some there

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    just totalled it up $860 + shipping for

    Ceramic Coated Pacesetter LT's
    Pacesetter Catted Y
    O2 sims (1 pair)
    O2 extension, one 12, one 24
    TR-55 NGK plugs
    MSD 8.5 wires

    Plus what it'll cost to have the y pipe welded up

    not bad i guess

    if i do it, i'll buy it all in parts, some here some there
    sounds like exactly what i'd like to do. I don't think the y pipe would have to be welded... or i hope it wont. How come ur getting the 02 extensions in two difference sizes? are u sure they'll both reach? i know 24'' will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    just totalled it up $860 + shipping for

    Ceramic Coated Pacesetter LT's
    Pacesetter Catted Y
    O2 sims (1 pair)
    O2 extension, one 12, one 24
    TR-55 NGK plugs
    MSD 8.5 wires

    Plus what it'll cost to have the y pipe welded up

    not bad i guess

    if i do it, i'll buy it all in parts, some here some there

    No no no no NO...do not have your y-pipe welded! If you ever plan on removing the heads or any major work, your headers will basically be stuck on the side of the block. Because you won't be able to move the headers without cutting the welds. Then you'll ruin a perfectly good set of headers. Just use the clamps and bolt the y-pipe to everything. It will be much easier. Or if you ever need transmission work, you'll need to remove the y-pipe and then you'd have to cut through the welds. Just use the clamps, makes life easier.

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    yea true about the y pipe, brain fart, forgot you just clamp em on

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    nah, im into having the car resemble a stock one, call it a "sleeper" if you will. i wont be putting heads and cam in for a while most likely, and i dont want to buy a whole new exhaust system when i do. so thats why im hoping it will support 500 hp

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