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Old 11-17-2006, 09:43 AM   #1
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I can get a set of LT pacesetters or LT hookers for the same price, i have listened to the sound clips and they basically sound the same so, what is everyone elses opinoin. is there any more gain to one or the other?
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I love my pacesetters. I bought them because they were cheaper but you dont have that issue. They slid right in without a problem. A great quality header. I have a set of hookers on a 350 in a silverado that are nice but i dont have any experience with them on an fbody.
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Old 11-17-2006, 10:02 AM   #3
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I can get a set of LT pacesetters or LT hookers for the same price, i have listened to the sound clips and they basically sound the same so, what is everyone elses opinoin. is there any more gain to one or the other?
eh?

Sound has nothing to do with Lt's

TSP usually has some great prices on Pacesetters. I'd also take a look at the coated Edlebrocks very nice design for not a lot more money. No catted Y though so ORY is only option.
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