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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-08-2001, 11:55 AM
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Pacesetter headers

A couple of questions about pacesetter headers

1) how long do they last/how long have you been running
them?

2) do they have the O2 sensor mounting hole?

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Re: Pacesetter headers

Do a "header" or "pacesetter" search.This has been discussed quite a bit. Jim

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Re: Pacesetter headers

From what I've seen on other people's rigs and what I've heard about the install, I'd AVOID them at all costs!

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Re: Pacesetter headers

I did a search but couldn't come up with the info I was looking for...


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Re: Pacesetter headers

There have been a few people that said they had no problems but for the most part people say invest in the Thorley. Jim

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Re: Pacesetter headers

Studbilly has one, I've got the calmini. The pacesetter is real cheap, calmini and doug thortley or whatever are kinna expensive.. Calmini has o2 hole and is holding its ground on my zook..

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Re: Pacesetter headers

1) I have had one for going on 2 years, lasting okay,
Didn't fit on my 87 so I had to cut and weld it so it would clear the frame. It will blow out stock gaskets anytime you hit a rock with it. SO spend the money on the aluminum
replacement gasket. (This is for the header collector.)
2) Yes it has an 02 sensor fitting. No EGR pipe though.
Would I put one on again? If I only had the bucks to put that on or nothing then yes. For the cost of the better headers I built the whole 2" system and a new cat.
I will probley replace it sometime. And go with a plated
Y type ala Doug thorley or Calmini.

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Re: Pacesetter headers

thanks folks...i thinking i'll probably go for the thorley
afterall.

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thanks folks...i thinking i'll probably go for the thorley
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Re: Pacesetter headers

From what I have experienced, they work on 1.3 engines, but to use one on a 1.6 is a nightmare even though they say the header is interchangable. If you are using it on a 1.3 it would be alright, but if you ever plan to switch to a 1.6 you will have to buy another header. I wish I never bought mine and instead bought a Calmini or DT header.

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