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pacesetter vs. flowtech

This is a discussion on pacesetter vs. flowtech within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; What is everyone's thoughts on pacesetters and flowtech Lts? They're around the same price for ceramic coated. I heard flowtech's ...

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    pacesetter vs. flowtech

    What is everyone's thoughts on pacesetters and flowtech Lts? They're around the same price for ceramic coated. I heard flowtech's fit better...

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    you cant beat the fitment of pacesetters

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    i've got the pacesetter lt's and they fit damn good. Damn!!!!!

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    the flanges and welds on the pacesetters kick ass!
    pacesetters are really good for the money.
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    My pacesetters fit well also.
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    Cant speak for flowtechs but my pacesetters fit PERFECT.

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    The pacesetters are 10 times better than the flowcraps. The flowtechs have a weenie 1/4" flange, crapy welds and are known for leaking. The pacesetters have a thick flange, quality welds and are about the easiest longtube to install. They aren't even in the same catagory if you ask me. About the only similarities they share are price$$

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