I came across a conversation to an exhaust specialist today and just asked how much pacey's go for outta curiousity and told him that i have pacey's on mine and also i bought mine bit cheaper then what his asking price was.
Anyways my real concern that caught my attention is that he said maybe they wont give the actual ''pacemakers'' for e.g reading that pedders use king springs but there name them as there's, so i believe to identify this is to see if it has the brand stamped on the extractors. Now my extractors are blue in colour and i also know there are different type of extractors you can get whether for competition use or street use i think. Is it possible if someone could share more light on this and i know you can find out what model numbers they are but unfortunately i dont know what model number mine are so any sort of assisstance is again very appreciated.......cheers
96 EF Falcon GLI 4.0L, 4spd Automatic, Pacemakers Extractors, 2½ Redback Exhaust, K & N Filter, K-MAC Springs, GT Gas Shocks And System
Dubbed The KNG!
CAUSING PANIC IN MY AUTOMATIC
If I remember correctly the Pacemakers have the word "Pacemaker" on them. It's quite large and fairly obvious. As far as I know the competition headers are 6-3-1 and each pipe is a differing length, whereas the regular ones are 6-2-1.
The model no. of the regular headers is PH 4499 and the model no. of the competition ones are PH 4480. I have a bit more info on my laptop, I'll see if I can find it.
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