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Pacesetter

32 years of performance know-how earned PaceSetter the right to stamp their products with the famous rearing black stallion. Each PaceSetter performance product is engineered with the buck, gallop and giddy-up you'd expect from such a reputation. Give your horsepower and torque a boost by bolting on a set of Pacesetter headers and a performance exhaust system. And with countless Pacesetter exhaust, mufflers & tips reviews to read, you’ll discover real experiences from real customers like you.
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PaceSetter Direct-Fit Catalytic Converters (Federal EPA-Compliant)

One fit, one did not. Missing parts

My 2002 Toyota Sequoia needed new Catalytic converters to pass emissions inspections. OEM parts were about $4000, so to find a pair of aftermarket replacements for about $400 enabled me to keep my SUV for a few more years. However, my regular shop will not install aftermarket parts. Why? I found out why, one part fit fine. The other did not, it took hours and hours of heating and bending to get it to fit. ALSO, the gasket kit was also missing, so I had to go buy another set. View more reviews...
Posted By Paul G (BALLWIN, MO) / January 25, 2020
2002 Toyota Sequoia
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PaceSetter Shorty Headers

Satisfied customer

Perform as expected, nothing earth shattering, but a little extra push for towing. Can feel the difference in hard acceleration. View more reviews...
Posted By Norman E W (BEAUFORT , SC ) / July 19, 2019
2013 Chevy Suburban
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PaceSetter Exhaust Manifold Catalytic Converters (Federal EPA-Compliant)

Exhaust review

On driver side everything went together fine, but on passenger side I couldn't get the pre cat sensor in until I used a burr bit to ream it out because when the half coupling was welded on it was off center by 1/8" View more reviews...
Posted By Greg J (FINLEY , TN) / May 1, 2019
2002 Suzuki XL7
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