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PaceSetter Headers Part #70-1044 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by david p (somerset, PA) Reviewed for a 1975 MG MGB — Jul 03, 2013 8:57 AM
Very satisfied with product. It should be noted that if using Weber manifold. spacers need to be installed at 4 points because weber manifold is thicker than the Pacesetter flange. also if converting from a zenith the second pipe will be approx. 4" short.
Reviewed by Richard L (Belfast, ME) Reviewed for a 1967 MG MGB — Mar 21, 2013 8:01 AM
the flange is half the thickness of the intake flange, thus this exhaust can not be tightened without some sort of spacer to make up the roughly 1/4 inch difference. i'm hoping that pacesetter can find these missing parts, since SOOO many MG's use these and they are all the same, and would all have the same issue. either an offset washer (holds down both one side of the intake and exhaust) or a welded on spacer to the flange would work sufficiently.
Reviewed by Robert K (Mineola, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Terrain — Jan 31, 2012 9:01 AM
This header was the answer to a lot of problems. I installed a Weber DGV on my MGB. I needed headers to install the new intake manifold. With the Weber kit and this header all my vacuum problems were gone. Very easy to install with no special tools or welding. Simple cut existing exhaust to correct length and bolt on. Heavy duty.
Ships Between 3/23 - 3/27
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