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    What are the differences between 98-99 and 00-02 headers. Im think its just the egr fittings, which would mean that the 00-02 headers wouldnt have the dumb little tube sticking up on each bank, right? I have a 98 T/A and wanna get the Flowtechs but i dont want the little pipe sticking up. Ive considered the Pacesetter "Race" headers for this reason and that no one ever seems to complain about them.

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    I like the pacesetters, best bang for your buck. Even if you get the egr tubes you could always cut them off and weld them up.
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