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TSP ORY vs. Pacesetter

This is a discussion on TSP ORY vs. Pacesetter within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Just wondering which one might be better. I don't like the flattened spots on the pacesetter y plus i've heard ...

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    TSP ORY vs. Pacesetter

    Just wondering which one might be better. I don't like the flattened spots on the pacesetter y plus i've heard that it might bang under the car and it needs to be secured very well. It seems TSP has a better quality y pipe. What do you guys think?
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    The flat spot in the pacesetter Y isn't that bad. Its flattened just enough to clear the driver's side floor board. I don't know which one is 'better', both do the exact same thing. A y-pipe is a y-pipe to me.

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    I installed the pacesetter LT's and ORY on Saturday. I have put about 400 miles on the car since and have not heard one single bang from the Y pipe. If installed properly you should have no problems.
    Last edited by yellowv; 04-04-2007 at 06:07 PM.

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    Sorry about the repost.

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    I got the tsp ory....Love it.....no clearance probs.....and maeks my pacesetter LT, tsp rumbler exhaust loud as shit !!!!

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    both pipes have been known to bang. i have pacesetter
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