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This is a discussion on Pacesetter Headers??? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; so i am looking at getting long tube headers and i keep hearing mixed things about the pacesetter headers for ...

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    Pacesetter Headers???

    so i am looking at getting long tube headers and i keep hearing mixed things about the pacesetter headers for the ls1. if anyone could help me out and let me know if they are good or crappy that would help a lot, and if they are bad any suggestions??
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    b4 this gets moved.....I'm running pacesetter on mine. #'s in sig. If you're gonna be building a serious H/C/I setup then go with kooks. (advice from RPM in lewisville, supposedly flows better than pacesetters.) If it's just a bolt-on car, save some money and get some pacesetters...
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    Pace setters are a good quality header for the price. Get the coated ones. Kooks and American Racing are the best if you can dish out the money for them.

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    Pacesetters are a good bang for your buck header, you get all the gains but they are not stainless so eventually they will rust. I personally have had pacesetters on my car for over two years and very little rust on them. My car is a daily driver in Indiana so it sees all weather conditions. If you are going to daily drive your car and can afford some stainless steel headers then get them. They will outlive your car. But if you are on a budget like I am or if you are not planning on driving your car daily then Pacesetters will work fine.
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    I have pacesetter ceramics and love them. Awesome ground clearance as well!!!

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    pacesetters are great headers.
    they tuck up nicely, good welds and thick flanges.
    they will perform just as well as headers twice the price.
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    thanks guys i appreciate it!

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