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since pacestter fixed the firing order in there headers AND the new lower tie bar wont fit with the HO header, i went ahead and ordered the pacesetter and since i wanted it to last i sprung for the ceramic coated one, not cheep but :roll:
 

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That ZXtuner.com guy got a pacesetters and said it was the new correct firing order one. As long as you orderd it from a place the did'nt have a bunch of old one's stocked up, you should get the newer vertion.
Let us know how it goes, lot's of pics!
 

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sweet! where'd you order it from? i have hopes in ordering the pacesetter header also, but i definitely don't want one of the old ones from the stock pile..

let us know how it turns out!
 

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i ordered it from summit, they where actually the cheepest, go figure, and it will be one of the new ones because they had to drop ship it from pacesetter
 

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header came in today, its a 4-to-1 2 peice design, very nice. one interesting thing though is at the center joint where the 2 peices come together its a beveled connection withe 2 spring bolts and NO gasket. its a machined fit. kinda cool. but now that i have a moveable joint in the header will i have to keep a braided connector in my exaust or scrap it?
 

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240SXSR20DET said:
header came in today, its a 4-to-1 2 peice design, very nice. one interesting thing though is at the center joint where the 2 peices come together its a beveled connection withe 2 spring bolts and NO gasket. its a machined fit. kinda cool. but now that i have a moveable joint in the header will i have to keep a braided connector in my exaust or scrap it?
Sounds cool. Since it has that spring loaded joint now, you don't need a flex pipe. The stock GT has a joint like that on the header and doesn't use a flex pipe IIRC.
 
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