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Old 09-12-2004, 04:49   #1 (permalink)
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Breathing a little easier....

Here's the latest in the linup of goodies that will eventually find it's way onto my car :)


First up a set a Pacemaker comp race headers (thanx to Gunns )


And secondly a stainless steel 3 inch HiFlo cat (thanx to Jack )

Once the electrical problems are soughted out with my car, it's straight to the exhaust place to get a these babies and a 3 inch mandrel bent zorst fitted :)
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woah lookin good rmyers keep up the good work and get the car on the road finally
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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
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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??
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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.
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They are exactly what im looking for. For $200 its a BARGAN.
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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
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There's no wonder why he had no gain, they are very similar to the JMM race series. You did well for $200.

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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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