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will i sacrifice low end torque with headers?

This is a discussion on will i sacrifice low end torque with headers? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Pacesetters are the way to go. That's what I'm running along with TSP ORY. It was like $500 shipped....

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    Pacesetters are the way to go. That's what I'm running along with TSP ORY. It was like $500 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICRAZY6 View Post
    Pacesetters are the way to go. That's what I'm running along with TSP ORY. It was like $500 shipped.
    how do you figure that? for $50 dollars me he gets an entire Stainless Steel LT/ORY setup. over time the coating on the Pacesetter LT's will flake off and start to rust, and then have to be sent off to get re-coated. Stainless steel will last longer than the life of the car and wont rust...

    one would have to be a fool to not go for an entire stainless steel setup for only $50 dollars more...

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    Do you have any ground clearance issue with those headers from SSAutoChrome. How hard was it to install them? Do you have to lift the engine up at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercharged666 View Post
    Do you have any ground clearance issue with those headers from SSAutoChrome. How hard was it to install them? Do you have to lift the engine up at all?
    excellent ground clearance (also my car is not lowered but the LT's are tucked up tight to the car). Easy to install and did not have to lift the engine or cut into the K-member, or any of that crap. just a little tight around the steering shaft going in, but nothing to break a sweat over...

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    can you send a link to find some good stainless headers and y pipe for not too much money? does stainless get hotter than the coated lts?

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    When I purchased my headers the SSautochrome's were getting bad reviews so insted of purchasing something that was still in development I chose something that was proven to fit. That was my grounds for puchase.

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