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Pacesetter vs. Pacesetter QuikTrip

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    Pacesetter vs. Pacesetter QuikTrip

    Is the only difference between the two that normal Pacesetters headers are street legal and the QuikTrip are meant for offroad or racing? I don't believe I have visual emission tests in my state (NE) so not sure it would matter either way. Also, does anyone know if I go with quiktrips, do the match up with a catted y as well as ory or do they only match with an ory?
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    Get the non emissions set. I would delete the air pump and go catless if I were you. since you will need a tune anyway they can tune out the air pump, the engine bay looks much better plus the install is easier without the air lines. I have heard bad things about the pacesetter y pipes when it comes to sound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkyardZ View Post
    Get the non emissions set. I would delete the air pump and go catless if I were you. since you will need a tune anyway they can tune out the air pump, the engine bay looks much better plus the install is easier without the air lines. I have heard bad things about the pacesetter y pipes when it comes to sound.
    Ok, I might check out TSP then. I plan on getting a frost tune after all of this. Will I have to remove the air pump from the engine bay if I go with the ones with no EGR? Or will frost just tune all of it out? Also, will this remove O2 sensors or will those still be used?

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    you will need the front o2 sensors. And its not hard to remove the air pump assembly. Also an 01 doesn't have EGR so you will be good there.

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    Ok. Any catless y with offroad headers will have hookups for the front 02 sensors correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SactownHuskers View Post
    Ok. Any catless y with offroad headers will have hookups for the front 02 sensors correct?
    The holes for your front o2 sensors will be in the headers themselves. The off road y will have no holes due to not utilizing the rear o2's. I would have replied sooner but had to do to work, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkyardZ View Post
    The holes for your front o2 sensors will be in the headers themselves. The off road y will have no holes due to not utilizing the rear o2's. I would have replied sooner but had to do to work, sorry.
    No problem. That's what I thought, because I replaced my rear O2 in the past.

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    You will need o2 harness extensions for them to reach unless you buy the o2's for the vette with the longer harness built in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkyardZ View Post
    Get the non emissions set. I would delete the air pump and go catless if I were you. since you will need a tune anyway they can tune out the air pump, the engine bay looks much better plus the install is easier without the air lines. I have heard bad things about the pacesetter y pipes when it comes to sound.
    I had the tsp oryp and it fit like a glove but still has the rasp, thats will depend on what type muffler you run.

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