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This is a discussion on MAC header system within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I'm looking at their no-cats header sistem with mid-lengths. Any problems with this setup? It seems to be more in ...

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    MAC header system

    I'm looking at their no-cats header sistem with mid-lengths. Any problems with this setup? It seems to be more in my price range than coated longtubes. Who has the best price for this system?

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    You can find em used for $250-$300 on sites like this one and LS1tech, that's where I got mine. I know a guy that's selling some for $250 but I don't think he wants to ship em.

    I really like mine, they fit like a glove, it was a very easy install. Seat of the pants increase is impressive

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    Oh yeah, you can get pacesetter longtubes and catless y from TSP for $500, it doesn't get much cheaper than that anywhere, cept ebay where you can get the same setup black for $420 shipped and coated for $530 shipped. I don't think you'll find MAC mids that cheap unless used

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    Quote Originally Posted by z_driver1
    Oh yeah, you can get pacesetter longtubes and catless y from TSP for $500, it doesn't get much cheaper than that anywhere, cept ebay where you can get the same setup black for $420 shipped and coated for $530 shipped. I don't think you'll find MAC mids that cheap unless used
    The general consensus is that LT's will gain you a shade more torque and the mids are usually within 5-10 HP of the LT's.

    I got my MAC headers brans new for $530 shipped so they can be had just as cheap as the hookers or pacesetters and IMHO they fit MUCH better.

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    I love the fit, I don't regret not getting long tubes. I might have made it sound like I have long tubes and prefer those, but I have mac mids and ORY. Installation couldn't have been easier

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