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okay, i've heard a lot of mixed emotions about pacesetter exhaust/headers. I thought they were crap from what i heard till i read the part reviews by feoa members, who all praised the exhaust system. so...anybody who has bought one or both of the pacesetter products, please enlighten myself and anybody else who doesn't know what to think of them. thnx.
 

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I have the header on my 1.9l. I got the painted one, but I repainted it with VHT 1500* paint before installation. The paint pacesetter uses is not even heat resistant so it burns off during the first use. This leads to the parts rusting out and falling apart like everyone complains about. Since I painted mine with good paint, I have had it on for 2+ years and it is still not rusty and I have had no problems with it.
 

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i've heard bad things about the pacesetter header for the LX. but my line of thing is that if you want to get something better for your exhaust than a coffee can at the end of your tailpipe, headers won't do any harm.

if i were you, i'd go for it.
 

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what is a good header i can get for my 94 EGT 1.8L ????
(try and keep the suggestions in a low price range...... i'm cheap)
 

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The 1988.5-1990 Escort GT 1.9 HO header won't work on a 1.8 Mazda BP in the 1991-1996 Escort GT. It WILL work on the 1.9 and SPI. As far as I know, the pace setter header for the 1.9 CVH is in the wrong firing order, which is retarded, that doesn't help at all. :roll: The fact that their parts are poorly painted is a point in bad quality... The parts should come prepped so that they don't immediately rust away or something. That's like buying a car with no paint. Heh.
 
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