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Toyota 4Runner Pacesetter Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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PaceSetter Headers Reviews

smokin' hot

Reviewed By Scott B (Albuquerque, NM) Reviewed for a 1989 Toyota 4Runner —9/5/2012 8:44 PM

Sound great. Easy to install. I can tell the engine runs with less effort. But be warned that the cheaper painted finish won't last more than 3 hours. They smoked like crazy until every bit of paint was burned down to bare metal. Maybe the higher-priced coating option is better, but I couldn't justify the much, much higher price. In the end, the headers do what they should - increase hp when you want it, and give a little extra mpg when you take it easy on the gas pedal.

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PaceSetter Exhaust Manifold Catalytic Converters - 49 State Legal Reviews

Great Bang for the buck

Reviewed By Taner P (Rockwall, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan —10/30/2015 10:46 AM

Well first off, the manifolds look nothing like the picture. You can see all the heat/burn marks from the welds and overall look was horrible. There is no real difference in sound (as expected installing aftermarket headers), but I can tell a little difference in power - Maybe 8-10 horsepower. If you're looking for performance and sound, this is not the product for you. If you simply just want to replace the stock cracked manifolds cheaper than from factory, then this is the product for you.

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PaceSetter Direct-Fit Catalytic Converters - 49 State Legal Reviews

Good fit (not great)...lets see how durable over time...

Reviewed By jason e (Wharton, NJ) Reviewed for a 2008 Subaru Impreza —10/7/2015 10:29 AM

direct fit converter fit good. my only complaint is the front O2 sensor isn't angled out enough towards the front resulting in a very tight fit with very little clearance to the timing belt cover. also the O2 bungs for the front O2 sensor for early and late model fitment are welded to close together resulted in trimming the heat sheild for the O2 sensor to be able to screw in to the exhaust. The only thing left is to see is how durable the SS pipes & welds hold up.

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