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PaceSetter 1-3/4 in. Black Long Tube Headers (05-10 GT)

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  • Increases Horsepower and Torque
  • Long Tube Header Design
  • 16-Gauge Carbon Steel Construction
  • Free Flowing Mandrel-Bent Tubing
  • Black Painted Finish
  • Fits 2005-2010 GT and Bullitt Mustangs

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

Hey guys, Stephanie with americanmuscle.com, here with my review of these Long Tube Headers from PaceSetter, available for 2005 to 2010 GT Mustangs. In this video, we're gonna be looking at a few different things in regards to these headers. We're gonna talk about the materials and construction of the headers themselves and the install, too. We'll talk more about this later, but I can tell you right now that long tube headers make for a difficult install, so I'm gonna call this one a three out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. These PaceSetter Long Tube Headers are gonna be the perfect option for those guys out there that are looking for a set of long tube headers for some performance and sound gains, but that are on a serious budget. Picking up a set of long tubes means a new mid-pipe as well, and possibly even some tuning expenses, so it can get expensive pretty quick. These headers have a one and three-fourths inch diameter and a one-piece flange as well. Getting into some specifics here, the first thing you're most likely noticing is that these are black. Now, this is black paint. It's not any type of coating that's gonna help with heat dissipation or power or anything like that. PaceSetter does this solely to protect the headers when they're in storage and during shipment, but it's also gonna create a different feel in the engine compartment when it comes to looks. If you're building more of a show car that has a little go, you might wanna check out some chrome or even ceramic-coated options, since they might suit you better. But if you're just looking for some power and more sound and aren't concerned with appearance, stay tuned. These have a 16-gauge carbon steel construction, and they're mandrel bent, which will help with smooth air flow. The header flanges, which I mentioned earlier, are CNC machine and they're three-eighths inch thick, so that's gonna give them some additional strength. One thing I'll say when it comes to long tubes, while a tune is not required, it's always gonna be your best bet when you switch over to a long tube setup. I say this because a tune here will not only help you get everything out of these expensive mods, but one of the main purposes with a tune with long tubes is to turn off the rear O2 sensors, so you won't be getting a "check engine" light. Now, if you really don't want a tune or it isn't in the budget since we are talking about budget shopping at this point, then you can get away with running some MIL eliminators to get around that "check engine" light. If you didn't know already, when you change your header setup to a long tube setup, you also need to change your mid-pipe to a shorty mid-pipe to work with the long tubes. These headers are specifically designed to work with a PaceSetter Shorty Mid-pipe. The PaceSetter mid-pipe is an H-pipe, so you can know you can expect a deeper sound than you get from an X-pipe. The other thing that I wanted to bring up is just know, when you're shopping on a budget, you might notice a few sacrifices that you end up having to make. A lot of times this comes out in the form of fitment issues and the budget-friendly option often times doesn't have some of the nicer features like scavenger spikes or nicer collectors. At the end of the day, though, these aren't necessarily things that are necessary to the header's function, so if you can live without them, then it's a go. That leads me to the price of these headers. As we all pretty much know, or you'd know if you've been shopping for long tubes, they can get pretty expensive. They're pricey, and they're difficult to install. The PaceSetter Long Tubes are priced much lower than any other option on the site. You're looking at under 300 bucks for the set and the corresponding shorty H-pipe that you'll need is under $200. So, in total, at the end of the day, you're looking at under $500 for a set of long tubes and a shorty mid-pipe. Two tips I will give, however, is that I have heard of the black paint coating that these have peeling after the headers have had some heat ran through them. If you wanna avoid this peel, you can always coat the headers yourself. If you don't mind the looks at all, then you don't even have to worry about it. The other thing I wanted to point out is that while these do come with gaskets, I'd highly recommend picking up a set of Ford gaskets for the install. They're just a hardier, better gasket. Either way, at the end of the day, you're looking at both power and sound gains here. Any power gains will change depending on your exact setup and tune situation, but usually, you can expect some top end gains with long tubes. And in addition to that, you're also gonna get an awesome change in your exhaust tone. As for the install on this one, long tubes are always gonna be a difficult install. I don't say this often, but if you don't have a helping hand or don't have much experience, it might be better to just take the car to a shop for the install. If you do tackle this yourself, it's gonna be a full three out of three wrenches on the scale and a day in the garage, especially considering you'll be installing a mid-pipe with these headers. You can do this on a jack and jack stands, but a lift would make it easier for sure. You're gonna need your toolbox for this one. You'll need an assortment of different sockets, wrenches, and extensions. You're looking at things like disconnecting the steering shaft, the starter, and removing the motor mounts to get enough room. A lot of the install requires working in some pretty tight areas, so while everything is straightforward, getting access and maneuverability in these areas is actually tricky. To make things easier, you're even looking at pushing the trans out of the way to get enough room, so having a helping a hand, in this case, is really gonna benefit you. But a day of wrestling and some pretty pennies spent on these mods is totally worth it in my opinion. So, wrapping things up here, the PaceSetter Long Tubes are one and three-fourths diameter, they're designed to work with a PaceSetter Shorty Mid-Pipe, and they're gonna offer both performance and sound gains. This option is as budget-friendly as it gets and the headers are painted black. You can check them out more for yourself right here at americanmuscle.com.

More Horsepower and Torque. Now you can improve the performance of your GT Mustang with a set of PaceSetter Black Long Tube headers for power you can feel throughout the RPM band. These Long Tube headers when combined with a PaceSetter shorty mid pipe will greatly improve your Mustangs exhaust flow for an increase in horsepower, torque, and throttle response.

Durable Construction. Manufactured from 1-3/4" mandrel bent 16-gauge carbon steel tubing for strength and unrestricted airflow, these PaceSetter Long Tube Mustang Exhaust headers feature CNC-machined 3/8" thick header flanges for additional strength and an OEM fit.

Black Painted Finish. These PaceSetter Headers feature a standard black painted finish, which is used to protect the headers during storage and shipment, as well as providing an aggressive appearance to your engine bay. This is not a heat-resistant coating.

Recommended Upgrade. To realize the full power potential that these Long Tube Headers have to offer, AmericanMuscle recommends a Bama custom tune with a Mustang Handheld Tuner to reprogram the vehicle's computer (ECU) for proper operation.

Application. These PaceSetter Long Tube Headers are designed to fit the 2005 to 2010 Mustangs equipped with the modular 4.6L V8 engine, including the GT and Bullitt models. These Long Tube headers will require the use of a shorty style PaceSetter H-pipe for proper installation (See drop down option above).

Technical Note. This PaceSetter product is not legal for use in emission restrictive states.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

What's in the Box
  • (1) Driver Side Header
  • (1) Passenger Side Header
  • (2) Gaskets
  • Installation Hardware
  • Installation Instructions
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Header Specifications
Header Type: Long Tube Tube Finish : Black
Type Mid Pipe Required: Shorty H-pipe Fitment: 2005-2010 GT and Bullitt
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 08, 09
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

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5/5
Solid product

Bought these LTs over others because I couldn't see spending hundreds more for others. Yeah they are plain and not flashy but I wanted bang for the buck as I have other mods I want to do. I did install ...

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5/5
That sound though

I gave it 4 stars on fit and finish because the h-pipe hangs down under the car, about an inch lower at the rear of the H-pipe. Other than that the system sounds amazing. In the morning when I go to work ...

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Overall Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars
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my headers never came with the dipstick bushing. do you have to use it?

AlexM

DO THEY HAVE AN X PIPE THAT WILL WORK

duffy

  • At this time, pacesetter only offers an H pipe for the PaceSetter Black Long Tube Headers

    Rob D

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I have the pypes muffler delete on my mustang. Will these pacesetter headers and h-pype pacesetter fit along.

blackmustang23

  • The PaceSetter Black Long Tube Headers (05-10 GT) would require the PaceSetter Offroad H-Pipe (05-10 GT w/ Long Tube Headers), Item 51058, for proper installation to your factory catback exhaust. So if the Pypes Muffler Delete is installed onto your factory cat-back exhaust, you would just need the PaceSetter H-pipe for proper installation. http://www.americanmuscle.com/pacesetter-orhpipe-0510gt.html

    AMJEFF

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Does these headers come with header bolts or would I have to purchase some?

Devin

  • This kit will come with new headers bolts.

    AshleyK

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I have a 2010 gt, will I need o2 extensions to run these headers with the pacesetter off-road h pipe, also I see some are saying the gaskets are junk what gaskets do you recommend

Hop

  • Yes, the long tube headers push the holes for the o2 sensors further back, the BBK headers are some of the best gaskets in the market. here is a link to the site for the gaskets... http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-header-gaskets-0510gt.html

    AMwhitecobraadam

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Which catted x pipe would work with these long tubes?

Crob08

  • Hi, Unfortunately we do not currently carry a X-Pipe that is compatible with these pacesetter long tube headers, we only offer the PaceSetter Offroad H-Pipe Item# 51058 at this time. Here is the link http://www.americanmuscle.com/pacesetter-orhpipe-0510gt.html

    Chris J

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Overall Rating 4.7

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Full Day

Installation Cost:$250-$500

  • Performance Gain 4.457143 4.5
  • Fit 4.314286 4.3



  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    February 22, 2017

    Solid product

    Bought these LTs over others because I couldn't see spending hundreds more for others. Yeah they are plain and not flashy but I wanted bang for the buck as I have other mods I want to do. I did install myself. I've been wrenching for 30 yrs now and have done a few sets of headers on old school stuff like GM and Mopars. They have their moments during install but with a more modern car I expected that. I put as many of the factory studs I could fit as the factory nuts have more of a locking feature than the supplied bolts. Used the Ford gaskets and everything finished up airtite. Don't know about gains as I'm putting some other goodies in. But the sound over stock is night and day. You can just hear the exhaust gases flying out the back at a significant difference. Try running around your yard with your hand over your mouth. The service at AM has no comparison with others. The prices here are extremely hard to beat. Those two features make this company stand alone. Keep it up AM!!!!

    NickP

    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    February 20, 2017

    Good headers

    Great performance, these paired with high flow cats, o/r h pipe, and no mufflers got me 20hp and 50 ft/lbs of torque after I got it retuned on the dyno. The paint they come with sucks though. It will peel off.

    Tyneddelt

    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    September 28, 2016

    That sound though

    I gave it 4 stars on fit and finish because the h-pipe hangs down under the car, about an inch lower at the rear of the H-pipe. Other than that the system sounds amazing. In the morning when I go to work I have to idle down my neighborhood street so I don't wake the neighbors but once I get out on the highway... I'm grinning from ear to ear. I'm an ASE master certified mechanic and all of the techs that I work with say the car sounds perfect. A little rumble at an idle, loud under light acceleration and when I floor it, i'll put it this way, I don't have problems with tailgaters for long.

    05Gost

    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    September 28, 2016

    carnut

    I have not had the chance to have them installed on my mustang yet,but I had them on my 02 Z28,they worked great,no problems at all.

    carlover

    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    August 16, 2016

    Great header for the price

    Like everyone else said, the fitment takes a little wiggling but over all I didn't have that hard of a time installing the headers. it took me 7 and a half hours with a 1 hour lunch in the middle.but now my mustang sounds great. (Pacesetter header, o/r h pipe, and pype bomb axle backs)

    Daniel

    Year: 2010 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    June 10, 2016

    Love them

    I love tge way they sound really give you that response and awesome sound down the street breaking everyones neck.

    Gt

    Year: 2010 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    April 29, 2016

    Awsome!

    Awsome header love the style and great shipping American is best!

    Saleen1990

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    April 26, 2016

    Awesome headers

    If you want to make your mustang as loud as you can get it then these are the headers for you. My 2006 mustang gt sounds like a Stock Car. Love the sound and additional power. Pacesetter doesn't seem quite as quality as other brands but I'm not going to complain for the price. Love them so far.

    Bmike2882

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    February 27, 2015

    Performance and quality is excellent

    I had mine powder coated silver. Install was a pain in the you no what on jackstands in the my driveway, You also need to jack up the motor to fit them in.

    hockeygod1225

    Year: 2010 Submodel: GT JOHNSTON, RI

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    April 15, 2012

    LOUD

    I bought these along with the FlowMaster cat-back system. The headers are 3” at the end of them and the FlowMaster exhaust (if you cut off the 2.5” reducer on the X-pipe) is also 3” so I have a 3” setup all the way to the back of the car. This has to be one of the loudest exhaust systems that I have heard short of race cars and demo-derbies. I ran it with open headers for a few minutes and after the FlowMaster install the sound didn’t change much; all it did was tune the insane loudness, which I’m happy with. At low RPM it has a deep rumble but anything over 2k it sounds like the engine wants to jump out of the hood. I don’t have any other engine modifications except for a K&N filter, ha ha. So this is as close to stock as I’ve heard anyone talk about and it still sounds amazing. I still need to have it tuned so I can turn off the rear (downstream) O2 sensors due to the check engine light and so it can be tuned to the whole new system and possibly get some more horses out of it. I’m also not sure of any performance gains as of yet. I haven’t noticed anything significant from driving it around. Don’t buy these for the black paint; I kind of did because my Mustang is black and AmericanMuscle bills it as “providing an aggressive appearance to your engine bay” but less than a few hours after install the paint burnt off and the pipes are just a funny looking silver now and would probably rust if I ever drove it in the rain but luckily I don’t. Sometime during shipping one of the headers got a dent in one of the cylinder tubes. I don’t blame the shipping company; AmericanMuscle did a terrible job of packing it. The two headers were put in an oversized box with some brown paper for packing but not nearly enough. I’m just warning you ahead of time that this could happen. I already had the car up on jack stands and the old exhaust system off when these arrived so I was not sending them back and waiting a few weeks with my car out of commission. All in all I’m happy with the whole set-up and would recommend it to anyone who wanted to make their car quite loud. I was told by my roommate that he could hear me from over a half mile away…with a forest in the way so this system is not for someone who is afraid of getting pulled over by the police for noise violations…not to mention that you won’t have cats either when you get pulled over which I’m quite sure is illegal in every state. The video I attached is just to illustrate the loudness of the system. The first part is on the outside and the second part is from the inside up to about 120 MPH in fourth gear with the windows shut. The third part is just showing there’s no drone sound at 80 MPH. I also have no problem talking to anyone in the passenger seat while riding along…however; I can hardly hear myself think on takeoff. :-)

    McNills

    Year: 2009 Submodel: GT Marquette, MI

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    January 27, 2012

    Great product. Improves sound and HP to your mustang

    Would recommend this product to anyone who wants their mustang to sound like a monster and wants to improve HP. Car def moves alot faster and its easy to go fast so just watch how fast you go if you have a heavy foot.

    Chico23Rico

    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Coram, NY

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    July 27, 2012

    Bang for the buck is an understatement

    The primary size was right as was the collect size and style. The only draw back was they are only available in steel, for the price I ordered them and shipped them to JetHott as soon as they arrived. End up with a great pair of headers for less than a set of SST with better performance. As for the fit, they were perfect one of the best fitting pair of headers I have ever put on and I have dropped so serious cash on high end headers in the past. Buy them, Coat them, Can't go wrong.

    06S197GT

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT MD

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    April 18, 2012

    Pacesetter Black Long Tubes

    I was lucky to have access to a lift to install these. It took an entire day and some creative lifting of the engine. The instructions from BBK worked but you had to improvise a few places. We ended up removing both motor mounts and all the steering connections around the motor. I used Ford Racing gaskets instead of the ones supplied. These fit very well and looked like better quality than the ones provided. The car smoked like crazy when we first started it from the paint burning off. The paint was all gone within 100 miles. I show my car occasionally and the detail spray has caused a little bit of rust. It will wipe off. Don't buy these for the finish. We did not put the cats back on and man is my car loud now. I have a Bassani X pipe with Flowmaster American Thunder mufflers. The drone is minimal and I can still hear inside the cab at cruise. If you lay into it, everyone within a mile will know it. When I am at the strip you can definitely hear her coming! The car sounds like a MONSTER!! The performance gain was not as much as I had hoped. I had it dynoed and it picked up about 4 horses from our last trip to the dyno. You can feel a difference though even if it doesn't show. The downside to these is that the new bolts supplied are starting to back out and I have a horrible leak. Go ahead and order a set of locking header bolts when you order these. Overall for the price these headers are a great deal! Sounds awesome and a gain in power and better throttle response for half the price of others.

    Skitch

    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    February 28, 2013

    Good Set of Headers

    A lot of people have already mentioned the paint. It sort of sucks that you have to strip all that paint off just to run them bare or paint them all over again, but that is a place where the company saw they could make some money. Installation was easy up until the driver's side. Take your time to make sure you aren't beating the heck out of them and everything goes together well. Worth the money. Oh, and if you were thinking about an X-pipe, be prepared to pony up a little doe to have them custom fit, as these are not meant to line up with anything but Pacesetter mid pipes.

    TheBigHerm

    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT Valparaiso, IN, USA

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  • 3/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $500-$1000

    February 05, 2015

    You get what you pay for.

    The fitment on these headers are pretty bad, but at a third of the price as the Kooks setup what did I expect? Took my Mustang shop 2 full days to get everything to lined up and once they put the car on the ground the steering shaft bolt still hit the headers bad because of a not so good design. That being said once they're finally in and aligned they are fine, sound great and are still one he*l of a bargain but just be aware of what you are getting into when purchasing these headers and Hpipe.

    Black3vGT

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT west palm beach, FL

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    December 03, 2014

    Great price, Great sound, Can't go wrong!

    Definitely a good aggressive sound for an aggressive price! I got the O/R H-pipe paired with Bassani mufflers. Performance was acceptable. It gave it a good increase in throttle response. I did experience trouble fitting the H-pipe over the header. A piece of advice for someone who might have this issue in the future. TORCH EM!. If you have access to a torch, it will make life easier. My buddy (who had this genius idea) and myself heated the end of the H-pipe nice and hot which expanded it enough for it to slip right on! Hope this helps some of you and prevent anyone ready to take a hammer to the H-pipe! I am overall satfied with these headers and would reccommend them to anyone on a budget like myself. I had access to a lift which made things a lot easier. Still a time consuming project, but the many hours and busted knuckles were well worth it!

    malbano

    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Charlotte, NC, USA

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  • 3/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    June 02, 2013

    Product could be better

    This is no reflection on AM. You guys rock. As far as bang for the buck, you can't beat it. However, for fit I gave it an average. I bought the Pace Setter h-pipe to go with this, but we had to expand the shorty H tubes so they would fit inside of the LT's. It wasn't fitting properly until I did so. I understood it would be a great fit but wasn't. In addition, they sent one wire to extend the 02 sensors manually, but ran out on the first one. thirdly, the wire caps were enough to cover two 02 sensors but not all 4. I found some additional wire at the shop, but just ordered a the 02 extenders for the front sensors to save time and headaches. Fourthly, The gaskets were a joke they sent. I ended getting some R4 and using the existing ones. Lastly, as most folks already know, don't expect the black paint to last on it. Honestly, I should have spent the extra bucks for a higher quality LT.

    Stanglife2007

    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Biloxi, MS, USA

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    December 29, 2012

    decent for the money!!

    I think these headers are very acceptable for the money when your referring too the fit, power gain and sound. But not for the paint. I stripped the paint off the headers and re-painted with high temp paint and they look good now!

    jmartinez

    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT Apple Valley, CA, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $250-$500

    August 11, 2012

    The Sound I've Wanted

    I put these on my 2008 GT. First thing I did was take them to get them ceramic coated since all the other reviews said that the finish wouldn't last. Thanks to all the others who commented to tell me that! So, mine look great too! If I would have shopped around a little, I would have found this set already ceramic coated on another website... oh well! I bought these headers in preparation for the Ford Racing Hot Rod Cams. I'm not a professional driver, and the car that these are on only gets driven about 2,000 miles a year, so I don't notice a huge performance increase. BUT I do notice a huge increase in smiles per gallon. These headers have given my car the sound I have wanted since I bought the car four years ago. If you want your little 4.6 to scare away the Camaro or any other competitor, get these! If you love to feel your car in your chest when you drive, GET THESE! If you like that sudden neck snap when you mash the gas, and you want your pony to stand out from the herd, you have got to get these. I would also suggest a custom tune. I drove it for a while before I loaded the Tune, and the sound before was not as refined or nice. I tried to upload pics, but since mine are ceramic coated, not sure if they will post. I hope you love yours as much as I love mine!

    2PonyMan

    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Elgin, OK

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    May 28, 2013

    A great, true, long tube header

    Got these things about two weeks ago along with pacesetter’s High Flow Catted H pipe. Install was pretty straight forward just take your time. Remove the parts that are in the way and don’t try to ding or bend the pipe to get them to fit. They’ll go in just fine if you take your time. Yes, the black paint is for storage purposes only from the factory. I sent them to a local coater and had a ceramic coating put on inside and out. There are numerous ceramic color choices for customization but I went with silver. They came out great and heat is a minimum under the hood. The flanges are thick and perfectly flat. The welds at the flange where a little sloppy with some welding spatter on the inside of the tubes but I took about an hour with my Dremmel to clean all that up. You will need O2 sensor extenders for all four sensors and use Ford’s racing gaskets. Don’t let anyone tell you these are poor quality, Pacesetter has been around a long time. I’ve installed dozens of Headers on all my cars over my lifetime and these are as good as it gets. They’re just less expensive because they’re mild steal but if you coat them they’ll last just as long as SS. I personally think these are realistically priced. The others are just way over priced for what they are. Plus, they are a true, straight long tube header unlike pypes, Mac or even Kooks which are mid length and have bends. Your tuner will have fun with these because they scavenge like crazy. Had a little problem with codes due to moving the O2’s down the line like you have to with these but Bama was able to do their magic and get it all straight. Hats off to American Muscle. Now for the sound, HOLY SHIP!!! I’ve got Pypes’ Violators out back and the combo sounds incredible. No, it’s not crazy loud but it’s about twice as loud as the stock system with just the Violators at idle. You can hear my Hot Rod Cams do their dance real nice now. However, when you put your foot into it’s very loud so if you like your neighbors you’ll want to short shift on the way out and into your neighborhood. You will get attention at gas stations and stop lights. Good buy.

    Slingshot

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT North Carolina, USA

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