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Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 6:31 pm 
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hey i will be getting a new exhaust system fitted next week and was just wondering what you guys think i should get? im hereing stories that the Pacie comps are for top end power and not down low. i want something around low to middle. i was thinking just pacemaker headers and 2.5 luckey mandrel bent. what are some good systems too look at compared to this? i will also be getting my new cam very soon so that should help too. cheers
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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 5:19 am 
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im looking at getting:
2.5" Redback Striaght Through
Pacemaker P4499 Headers
Hi Flow Cat

ive got quotes for about $1000 fitted.

how much should labour be roughly to install this?

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 7:23 am 
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theblackone wrote:
im looking at getting:
2.5" Redback Striaght Through
Pacemaker P4499 Headers
Hi Flow Cat

looking gotten quotes for about $1000 fitted.

how much should labour be roughly to install this?
shop smart is the way to go bro!

brand new pacey 4499 for $365 plus shipping
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/EA-EL-AU-BA-Ford ... dZViewItem

brand new redback exhaust for $350 plus shipping
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Ford-EA-EL-Sedan ... dZViewItem

should only take exhaust shop 1 hour to install once the engine is cool to work on. $40 to $60 dollars an hour for labour.

add all up & see how much you'll save.

save even more if you get them to do the extractors & mod the cat once you bolt on the cat back exhaust, they're piss easy to bolt on your self.

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 9:52 am 
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asking opinions on exhaust systems around here is a waist of time imo,,,you will never get a difinitive answere and people will just start arguing.

ask what others have ,sure but don't ask which is better,,ask the installer what systems they have and what advantage one would have over another,,if they are any good they will be honest with you.

it also depends on how much you want to spend,,just remember more dollars don't mean better system.

and don't ask about power gains as what one gets is not what another will get,,,get a system fitted and see how it goes.

i don't know if they exchange or not if your not satisfied but theres no harm in asking.

 

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