Nice work. They arent pacy comps btw, they look like modified normal pacys to 'immitate' JMM Race extractors. They will BULK out midrange torque. Not that you will need it
I was just told that these were the old school pacy comps, either way for $200 i'm not complaining. Apparently whoever had these headers on their car "upgraded" later on to a set of JMM headers (the $700 ones) and got absolutely no gain in power Thank god i didn't go down that road
Tossing up now whether to just paint them or spend a little extra and get them HPC coated. Does anyone know the going rate to get a set of headers done??
The pacys came off a saloon car that was pulling 168rwkw. He then went a put a set of JMM race headers and put it back on the dyno and had no power gain after spending 3 hours trying to get anything extra out of them.
Steve, I'm not sure if this is what you're after but the reduction in temperature compared to uncoated headers seems pretty awesome - not to mention the sexy chrome finish you get: http://www.jet-hot.com.au/index.htm
Originally Posted by Sundeep
Eh Yagz, suck my left teste mate I'll have boost for $1k, even if it is only 1 pound.
For all you Guru's out there, how do you think these headers will perform in a forced application?? I don't know what characteristics suite what applications in this regard, so any educated opinions would be appreciated :)
Oh and i rang Jet-hot just a minute ago, and they'll be picking up the headers to get em HPC coated in a nice polished finsih :) Thanx to luke for the link
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