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PaceSetter Headers Part #70-1090 Customer Reviews
1 Customer Review
Reviewed by John P (Melbourne, FL) Reviewed for a 1978 Triumph Spitfire — Mar 02, 2012 9:11 PM
Would like to give "Excellent" ratings, but PaceSetter service does NOT earn it. And installation required grinding and adaptation to fit car. The late model Spitfire Header has a "smog port". In old versions, the port was not drilled through. The new version has the port drilled. Without an EGR Valve you need a plug, 3/4" 24 tpi. This plug is NOT easy to find. When PaceSetter Tech Support was called, they had port specifications readily available. When asked for help finding plug, the response was "you have a personal problem, good luck". Eventually found sources at less than $3.00 (so why doesn't PaceSetter buy a few?) The source application is 1908 through 1938 Ford Oil Pan Drain Plug!
Ships Between 3/28 - 3/30
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