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Mitsubishi Eclipse Exhaust Headers & Manifolds

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DC Sports Headers Reviews


A little hard to install

Reviewed By Jose C (Dixon, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse —4/12/2012 9:39 PM

Okay so let me start by saying that this headers is a little hard to install only when it comes to bolting up the two pieces of the header together. Had a little trouble lining them up. So, after installing I went for a test run and right away noticed a difference from my previous header (ebay 4-1 header) in sound. This header sounds very mean!!! Another thing I noticed was this 4-2-1 header gives me more milage per gallon than my previous header. I also noticed power in the mid-range rather than on the top-end.

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PaceSetter Exhaust Manifold Catalytic Converters - 49 State Legal Reviews


Great buy!

Reviewed By Luis L (Philadelphia, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer —11/17/2017 3:32 PM

I tell you what, I only have 95k miles on my 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer ES 2.0L The Check Engine light drove me bananas for 2 years, I changed the exhaust manifold, the O2 sensors like 3 times to all sorts of quality ones. Nothing worked! But then, I found this Catalytic and I said, Why not just give it a shot? I bought it, I got it in. Check Engine light is gone! Drove already 1000 miles on it, now at 96k on the car, no light and the car feels like new again! Thank you for saving my car!

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PaceSetter Headers Reviews


Everything great, just one exception

Reviewed By Mitchell M (Clanton, AL) Reviewed for a 1997 Pontiac Firebird —9/26/2017 7:25 AM

Great product except the knuckle on the steering hits one of the pipes. I had to bend the pipe to make room for the knuckle and avoid wear and tear which would eventually wear a hole in the pipe and create an exhaust leak. There's no way to know until the motor is in where the knuckle makes contact with the pipe. I hope the manufacturer will make this adjustment going forward.

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