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installing pacesetters on my 2002 t/a

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    installing pacesetters on my 2002 t/a

    Hey guys, im installing my LT's here in a couple weeks but before I do so, I have a couple questions... I was told by several people that with SLP LM2 cat-back LT's and no cats(replaced with cut-outs) sounds like total shit and is very raspy. This was the setup I had planned for, so I dediced to start looking into buying some high flow cats to reduce the rasp for a kick ass(good flowing) exhaust. Any suggestions on what kind of cats I should get? I really want this to sound sweet as hell but at the same time, do a number on the gains.

    also will I need 02 extenders for the front 2 sensors? and what would be the best spark plugs to get? I figured I mine as well change them since im getting up there anyways. Thanks!

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    anyone?

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    Interested as well because I want LTs and also have LM2. I've been looking at the DynaTech header system with the high flow power cats. I would however like to delete my air/egr now and the dynatech system doesn't offer headers without air and egr fittings. So my options are still open. Probably go with Pacesetters and LS6 intake.

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    Yes you will need 02 extension's for the front 02 sensors. I went with the 24" so i had plenty too play with.
    Alot of people with the slp loudmouth say its really raspy but instail a dynomax bullett race muffler instead of the slp resonator and they say it cuts back on the sound.
    I wouldnt go with cats unless local laws are limiting you. You will need 02 sims for the rear also unless you plan on a tune in the very near future. Pick up some band clamps also instead of the ones in the ps kit. Dont use those paper gaskets either.
    I just picked up some delco plugs when i did my instail and they are workin fine.
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    also you can just block off the agr and air with plates, thats what i did

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