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    meh, I had both a pacesetter x and h for my fox and fitmet was great...
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    I have had 2 different sets of Pacesetter L/T's and also has my friends. For the price and quality of flange size you cant beat them, certainly for Ceramic Coated ones at that.
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    I've had them on my car since August . No fittment issues. Install was time consuming but fairly easy. They actually tuck under my car better than my bbk X pipe did. All and all for the money plus being ceramic coated, which was important to me. I'm pretty satisfied . I just wanted to share my experience with other members that were looking at long tubes in the price range . These headers left me with more ground clearance than my buddies Mach 1 with Mac lts. I'm lowered 2 inches,but have only scraped once.
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    Sorry in op i meant to say questions instead of suggestions.
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    Thanks mustangman I put off buying these for a long time cause everyone said they sucked on mustangs. In my case they fit , like u said good thick flanges and a LT ceramic set up for around 500 , had to try, glad I did. They may have had fitment issues early on ( pacesetter ) but it seems to be resolved . The welds are not the best I've seen but they don't leak.
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