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This is a discussion on headers within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i just got my pacesetter lt today and was wondering how hard of a install will it be and how ...

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    i just got my pacesetter lt today and was wondering how hard of a install will it be and how u guys like them

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    the headers should go in no problem
    pacesetters are top notch
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    a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
    11.96 @113.25

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    u shouldn't have a problem. u need 2 people and a day. My brother and i put mine on in my garage in about 5&1/2 hours and the only problem we had was clearance underneath cuz all i had were ramps so i had to jack it up off the ramps. If u have a lift or r prepared to add extra lift up front then you'll beat me.

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    Pacestter is the best of both worlds, low cost and high quality. They just won't last forever compared to stainless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLT1Z28 View Post
    Pacestter is the best of both worlds, low cost and high quality. They just won't last forever compared to stainless.
    Only thing you can really do is paint with high temp paint (VHT is good stuff) and keep an eye on them. If they start rusting, you'll have to pull them off, sand em down, and paint them again, which isn't fun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    Only thing you can really do is paint with high temp paint (VHT is good stuff) and keep an eye on them. If they start rusting, you'll have to pull them off, sand em down, and paint them again, which isn't fun...
    If I ever got to that point, I'd just pop for the stainless.
    But I was being a smart-ass earlier, you really can't go wrong with Pacesetters. I think everyone and their mother has them.

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    thanks for all the info and they are coated so i they wont rust to soon and does anyone have info on self porting the ls1 heads , i want to do it myself and get some good lifters!!!!

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