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Jet Hot Headers: Which ORY??

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    Jet Hot Headers: Which ORY??

    For those of you with Jet Hot headers, which ORY pipes have you tried? Which had no fitting issues and which ones should you stay away from? Thanks in advance... trying to pick out my new exhaust mods!

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    Why not the Jet Hot y?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Why not the Jet Hot y?
    Definitely an option, haha. Seems significantly more expensive than other ORY pipes (no doubt because its stainless). I don't necessarily need something stainless though. I may be able to get a good deal on the jet hot headers, otherwise I was actually thinking about going with painted pacesetters. I guess I was looking for a cheaper alternative that fit as well... If I can't find one, I'll probably just go with that.

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    after spending all that money on headers, i'd go with an x. also, i think the pacesetter one knocks worse than most the others, except slp. at least i think i might have read that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02nbmvert View Post
    Definitely an option, haha. Seems significantly more expensive than other ORY pipes (no doubt because its stainless). I don't necessarily need something stainless though. I may be able to get a good deal on the jet hot headers, otherwise I was actually thinking about going with painted pacesetters. I guess I was looking for a cheaper alternative that fit as well... If I can't find one, I'll probably just go with that.
    I'm almost %100 certain the Jet Hot y is not stainless, just ceramic coated mild steel, like their headers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    I'm almost %100 certain the Jet Hot y is not stainless, just ceramic coated mild steel, like their headers.
    Makes sense, don't know what I was thinking.

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