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PaceSetter Headers Part #70-1191 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Mathew P (Cle Elum, WA) Reviewed for a 1989 Jeep Cherokee — Nov 15, 2011 10:46 AM
I did a lot of research before buying this header for my 89 cherokee. It wasn't a popular choice but really the only bolt on option for my renix 4.0. Instead of modifying a HO header to work I decided to give it a shot. Pros: Everything fit together nicely, common complaint is the y-pipe doesn't fit the header All parts for installation are included Quality met my expectations Material thickness Cons: Provided gasket is garbage I hate the u-bolt style clamps provided for assembly, I'll be welding everything or using a band style exhaust clamps that wont smash the exhaust tube Unless you pay extra for the ceramic coated header the paint will bake off in the first heat cycle, then be exposed to the elements (To be expected, unless you pay extra) before installation I'll removing factory paint and coating it my self in some type of header paint
Reviewed by David M (Golden, CO) Reviewed for a 1989 Jeep XJ — Nov 10, 2006 6:10 AM
The crossunder pipe could use to be reworked to not hit the bell housing of the trans and it needs to wrap between the trans and engine not under the front side of the trans pan. You include wiring for the O2 sensor but the location of the EGR is forgotten about. It also needs to be modified.
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