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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-14-04, 05:57 AM Thread Starter
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Im after some extractors for the LTD and have come across a set by "Advance" for a reasonable $400 new. anyone had any experience with this brand or any other brands?

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Re: Advance Headers

pacemakers are a tried and proven performer

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They look alright.


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I've had Advance Headers on two cars now and have been impressed both times. They are made here in Adelaide in their workshop at Holden Hill.
I would reccomend them.
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Thats not a bad price barry. They sound good. They should give you a heaps nicer and more noticable note.

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The local exhaust shop sells them & reckons they are good without the price tag of Pacemaker,HM etc. I have HM on my car tho.
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