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    Pacesetter LT and Y-Pipe?

    Hey guys jw whose running the Pacesetter LT's and Y-pipe? I would like to know if these are good because the are pretty cheap unlike the SLP I was looking and. Im asking because I dont want to put junk on my car, let me know what you think?
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    I have them on my car. Best bang for your buck if you ask me and better then the SLP headers. The Pacesetters fit with no problems at all and make some nice power gains.
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    I went with hooker and if I were to do it all again and still went with coated or painted, I would go with pacesetters.

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    Yup, pacesetters are definetly good. I had them on my 98 that I had before and they were not a pain to get in, held up good, and had good ground clearence. I didn't get the coated ones though just the black ones and the paint started to fall off after a while but I didnt mind at all. I got the TexasSpeed y-pipe though and it wasn't too bad with it, it would bang in the bottom of the floor pan but it later fixed itself. Do not get SLP, clearence sucks on them and they are not worth the money.

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    I have the coated ones and they fit and work fine but the coating looks like crap already. Probably have less than 7,000 miles on them. I also have the texas speed y pipe. It is a good peice but does hit the floor. Ended up getting the mufflex hanger deal...seems like I had to do a little rigging to get it to fit right but it works very well.

    Get the race ones and ditch the AIR sytem. Looks so much better under the hood. Also get the GM gaskets and O2 sensor extensions don't use the wires that come with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkyardZ View Post
    I have the coated ones and they fit and work fine but the coating looks like crap already. Probably have less than 7,000 miles on them. I also have the texas speed y pipe. It is a good peice but does hit the floor. Ended up getting the mufflex hanger deal...seems like I had to do a little rigging to get it to fit right but it works very well.

    Get the race ones and ditch the AIR sytem. Looks so much better under the hood. Also get the GM gaskets and O2 sensor extensions don't use the wires that come with.
    I've had the BBK headers and ypipe for about 8 months now and they look the same as the day I put them in. Great fit, awesome clearance. Easily best bang for the buck when it comes to headers for our fbodys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpilews View Post
    I've had the BBK headers and ypipe for about 8 months now and they look the same as the day I put them in. Great fit, awesome clearance. Easily best bang for the buck when it comes to headers for our fbodys.
    Dis they offer long tubes 8 months ago? I thought they were new in the market

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    I have went with Pacesetter lt's and tsp ORY on every one of my ls cars. I for one will say def best bang for the buck.

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    each time did you buy them from the Pacestter website? and when buying them what all do I need to go with it? whats this talk about hitting the floor pan I dont want that to happen...

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