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This is a discussion on what kind of headers? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have a 98 camaro ss and i want to put headers on it. it already has a slp loudmouth ...

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    what kind of headers?

    I have a 98 camaro ss and i want to put headers on it. it already has a slp loudmouth exhaust. i was wondering what headers would fit with that the easiest. i hear about long tube headers and different designs but i just want something that will fit with the exhaust thats on it. im new at this. thanks

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    the headers dont connect directly with the catback . . there is a y in between the two. and if you get an aftermarket y, as long as its made for our cars, you should have no/few problems mating up the y and your catback

    pacesetters with their y would probably be your best bet for the money
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    Quote Originally Posted by GULLETT17 View Post
    the headers dont connect directly with the catback . . there is a y in between the two. and if you get an aftermarket y, as long as its made for our cars, you should have no/few problems mating up the y and your catback

    pacesetters with their y would probably be your best bet for the money
    i agree with it all, you can't beat the price of the pacestters. I run them and cant complain a bit

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    pacesetters +1. I got mine for like $499 from ebay with the ORY and coated headers.

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    Do the pacesetters. Like said above, best bang for the buck.

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    Pacesetter LT's and ORY, like everyone else said. Thats what I have, no problems at all, perfect. Sounds good with my SLP loudmouth as well

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    Prepare for your car to be ridiculously loud. It will also sound raspy. I had pacesetter, ory and Borlamouth (Loudmouth with a Borla XR-1 mufler in place of the resonator) and it was better but still had a little rasp. A catted Y setup will yield better results with the loudmouth. My .02
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    Quote Originally Posted by utvols98 View Post
    do the pacesetters. Like said above, best bang for the buck.
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    ^^ x11 ^^

    if you want to stay away from a lot of rasp get a magnflow catback... they sound good and again and excellent bang for your buck...

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