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pacesetters or slp

This is a discussion on pacesetters or slp within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i want longtubes... money isnt and problem but what headers should i go for? thanks...

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    pacesetters or slp

    i want longtubes... money isnt and problem but what headers should i go for? thanks

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    kooks

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    Im a fan of LPPs, but if money isnt an issue, then yeah... Kooks

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    Pacesetter ceramic. Best bang for the buck. What ever you do stay far, far away from SLP they absolutely suck!!!! The fitment is horible and they sit way too low.
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    Yea, i heard SLP is crap, overpriced just for a name.. but yea, im soon to be getting Pacesetter, with Jet Hot coated.

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    If you want to spend money Kook's are on my car and I have not had a single problem with them. ARH are another that I hear that are nice, but they are very pricey.

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    SLP's LT's are total crap. They will hang low for sure. Money isnt an issue??

    Then hands down Kooks!
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    I would go with pacesetter, my buddy has got a set on his car and that sound awesome for what your going to pay for them. Dont get SLP your just paying for the name.

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    Since money is not an issue, go with Kooks. I went cheap and got the ebay stainless headers. If I had to do it again, I'd go with Kooks even if I had to wait a while longer to save up for em.

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    fuck slp, pacesetters
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    a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
    11.96 @113.25

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    If money is no option go for American Racing Headers or Kooks
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    I agree stay FAR AWAY from SLP!!! They sit to low even for a STOCK height Camaro... I've heard good things of Kooks, Pacesetters are the best bang for the buck. I personally have Edelbrocks and they're fine. But I'd go with Kooks if I had the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    fuck slp, pacesetters
    Couldn't say it any better lol. Pacesetters #1 best bang for the buck. On the other hand since you have the money go stainless, kooks.

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    I just found a smoking deal on brand new Hookers for $355. Just look around man, the good deals are out there.

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    member since may 2000 nhraformula's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CamaroFan71 View Post
    I just found a smoking deal on brand new Hookers for $355. Just look around man, the good deals are out there.
    coated, uncoated or stainless?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    coated, uncoated or stainless?
    Brand new in the box ceramic. Guy bought them and went a different direction.

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    i have pacesetters and i love them i have a sound clip on youtube type in trans am cam should be 3rd vid down Flowmaster muffler

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    i've heard nothing but really good things about Pacesetters headers, their the best. Kooks are well worth the money though........you guys actually saved me from buying SLP, i was this close in purchasing a set. (phew)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_r0bert0 View Post
    i want longtubes... money isnt and problem but what headers should i go for? thanks
    Kook's IMO.

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    Who actually voted for the SLP's??


    I had them, SO very glad I got rid of them.
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