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    pacesetter LTīs

    Is there an interfernace with the steering colum shaft with pacesetter Lt?

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    there wasnt when i installed them on my 98 ss vert

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    I installed pacesetter on my 93 Lt1 and there is a BAD interferance,i tryed all 3 partnumbers for the 93-97,all the same

    Ok,i thought so because i havenīt heard anything for the ls1

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    I had no problems on my 98 LS1. In fact they were the easiest header install I have done on a 4th gen. No interferance in any way.

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    No problem on my LT1, but another guy with an LT1 had to dent his in a bit to get the clearance. Depends on the car and how everything sits.

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    Slid right into my 99 also. No complaints here.

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    02 ws6, had no problems. Just make sure if your doing it on the ground to jack your car up as high as possible.

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    Another 02 WS6 install here without any issues. Here's a decent guide I found when I did mine http://www.geocities.com/foff667/98Camaropg4.html

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    On LS1's Pacestters seem to be real easy to install and cleared everything. LT1's on the other hand I'm not too sure about.

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