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PaceSetter Exhaust Systems

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$322.66 - $887.44
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Features:
  • Add galloping horsepower and off-the-line torque to your car, truck or SUV with PaceSetter Exhaust Systems
  • Custom-manufactured to fit your specific year, make and model
  • Crafted from 16-gauge mandrel-bent aluminized steel tubing
  • Larger diameter than your stock system for wide-open flow
  • Includes a long-life performance muffler to eliminate harmful backpressure
  • Choose from 3 different PaceSetter systems engineered for your specific needs (depends on vehicle):
  • PaceSetter Monza: American-bread power and European-refinement for your sports car or compact - finished with a smooth black coat
  • PaceSetter Predator: dual-exit system delivers an attention-grabbing growl and brawny boost power to your truck or SUV
  • PaceSetter TFX: Delivers an economical, 50-state street-legal kick of horsepower and torque
  • Excellent corrosion protection
  • Finished with stunning chrome or stainless exhaust tips
  • Every system includes all necessary hardware and detailed instructions for a hassle-free installation
  • Your PaceSetter Exhaust System carries a 3-year warranty
Description:

The performance is straight off the racetrack. The sound is throaty and pure. The fine finish is unmistakable. Meet PaceSetter Exhaust Systems. These race-inspired systems combine unbeatable performance with good old-fashioned American quality and ingenuity. It's the ultimate way to power-up any car, truck or SUV.

Even better, PaceSetter manufactures a wide array of systems tailored to meet your needs. For all-out muscle in your truck or SUV, choose the booming growl of the dual-exit Predator Exhaust System. Looking to pump up the ponies of your sports car or compact? Nothing beats the refined purr and power of a Monza Exhaust System. Or, check out the TFX Systems for a wallet-friendly boost of horsepower and torque.

PaceSetter Exhaust Systems start with 16-gauge aluminized steel in a wider diameter than stock pipes. They're then mandrel bent, fitted with a high-flow muffler and finished with stunning chrome or stainless tips (depends on exhaust style). Plus, PaceSetter systems are precision engineered for an exact fit and include detailed instructions for a simple setup. And, PaceSetter backs your performance exhaust system with a 3-year warranty.

Moss Warranty Act Statement

Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act: US Code – Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312, your vehicle’s factory warranty is protected by law when you add aftermarket parts.
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98 Customer Reviews
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1 Star
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Low tone

Low tone easy to install even with small modifacation to fit my modified system.
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Posted By Lance H (DAYTON, WA) / January 10, 2019
1988 Toyota Pickup
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Great value

For the price and if you need a new exhaust it is a great replacement over oem. Allows the jeep 4.0 to breath better, a little more horsepower is slightly noticed fuel economy I would say has stayed the same. Has a nice tone not over bearing when you are driving around with the top off. However, once you get on it and has an louder nice rumble.
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Posted By Tim L (Harmony, PA) / January 26, 2017
1995 Jeep Wrangler
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Pacer Exhaust

I ordered this last year only to find it on back order. The other vendors did not have an after market exhaust for my TR7 so when I checked again you guys had it. I am very happy. Thank you!!!!
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Posted By J. Guy I (BARRE, VT) / February 12, 2016
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Needs better support

This is my second pacesetter system in 5 years. The support brackets installed on muffler utilizes the stock bracket on car. The design of the muffler causes most of the weight at the very end of muffler, the supports are at the beginning. (See picture in catalog) This puts all the flexing and bending on muffler to mid section connection,which eventually fails. Additional support added to car tie down fitting from rear of muffler would solve this problem.
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Posted By Stefan L (Brooklyn, NY) / December 21, 2015
1979 Triumph TR7
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Good Value, Tough Installation

My friend and I tried to install it ourselves, but it is very difficult to correctly install this exhaust, or probably all, without a full lift just because being on your back you can't get all the right angles on the connecting pieces. Sounds very good and looks even better
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Posted By Kevin V (PORTSMOUTH, RI) / June 11, 2014
1995 Honda Accord
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pacesetter exhaust system

the cat back exhaust went on easy enough. the old one was harder to get off than I expected. the old exhaust manifold was hard to get off as well and the new header was difficult to install. I had to modify two things to make it to work.
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Posted By Michael G H (PLEASUREVILLE, KY) / June 7, 2014
2002 Ford Escort
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Easier for any other car

It didn't come with the mid section of pipe also had to cut and weld our own hangers but other than it wasn't bad looks very nice
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Posted By Joseph S (Hollywood, SC) / April 14, 2014
1991 Toyota Celica
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Real Deal

Purchased the PaceSetter Monza for my 2004 Monte Carlo. It arrived in only a few days, I inspected it and it seemed fine. I will be honest, I didn't install it myself my mechanic did, judging from the looks of it I knew some welding would be needed. We were impressed on the quality of the exhaust system, It took about an hour or two, and when it was completed, it looked beautiful! Great sound kind of like a throaty rumble, and made my car the real deal.
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Posted By Roderick K (Teaneck, NJ) / March 12, 2014
2004 Chevy Monte Carlo
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unhappy missing parts!!!!!!!!!

missing pipe that boils up to the header and the part that comes from that pipe to the muffler
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Posted By Robert n (NORTH BEND, WA) / January 31, 2014
1994 Jeep Cherokee
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drywall foreman

The system was very easy to install, could have used a longer bolt to fasten the new cat to the stock header pipe.
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Posted By Chris H (Warrenton, VA) / December 9, 2013
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Pacesetter Monza exhaust 1964 MGB

Great sound, looks, and more power. What more can you ask for. I liked it so much I purchased anotherFOR MY 79 mgb.
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Posted By Robert S (Floyds Knobs, IN) / October 3, 2013
1964 MG MGB
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pacesetter exhaust

Of course pacesetter is known for quality.What is really great is how fast it got here.
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Posted By mark w (Buchanan, VA) / September 21, 2013
1980 Triumph TR7
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Posted By richy f (macungie, PA) / August 15, 2013
1992 Toyota Pickup
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Nice Cat-Back. instructions/some hardware not model specific

Contrary to information provided in the description, the resonated chromed-steel exhaust tip IS NOT welded to the exit pipe. The tip is bolt-on and MUCH wider than pictured. The instructions are detailed and simple to follow until step 7 where they varied from my model and spoke of a 2nd diagram [not provided]. Also, You'll need to remove or bend the heat shield on the CAT to make room for the large flange on the Monza downpipe. The Monza has a low mellow tone. -Overall nice upgrade over stock.
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Posted By Kevin C (Chesterfield, VA) / July 2, 2013
1999 Honda Civic
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nice system

it was easy to install, packed nicely, and sounds good. would buy again!
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Posted By Zachary C (Omaha, NE) / May 4, 2013
2001 Oldsmobile Alero
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excellent but...

It definitely gained a few whorse power but it is too loud, not what I was thinking,my old exhaust was quiet other than that It seens very good as far as installation and quality,
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Posted By Carlos s (Bridgewater, MA) / March 14, 2013
1993 Toyota Pickup
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Pretty awesome

Pretty nice on my 99 sunfire gt. dropped the cat running stright pipe and this baby is pretty loud. Sounds like a ricer whapppp whapppppp
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Posted By Colt G (SEMINOLE, OK) / March 7, 2013
1999 Pontiac Sunfire
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Monza Exhaust

I bought the PaceSetter Monza catback exhaust for my 91 Acura Integra. It has a near stock quietness and a nice growl when you step on the gas. Installation was easy and quick, and for the price, well worth it! Highly recommending this to my friends.
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Posted By Ravin Z (GERMANTOWN, MD) / February 13, 2013
1991 Acura Integra
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PaceSetter Exhaust Systems

I was skeptical about this brand but didn't want to spend to much and the price was right. The quality of this exhaust is excellent, it is not loud, just a bit deeper tone. It breathes real good as compare to stock. However, the installation was a hustle& was done at a pro shop. The connecting pipes in the middle were a bit larger than stock and while the couplers were supposed to seal the pipes, did but only about 95%, so there's a little bit of leaking. The OE straps need to be shorten.
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Posted By Ross B (LAKE MARY, FL) / January 23, 2013
2012 Jeep Wrangler
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Spitfire 1500 review

I couldn't believe how fantastic the exhaust now sounds! My spitfire now has a rally cam, oversized intake and exhaust valves, and also new high compression pistons; with the new pacesetters,the exhaust is throatier, louder but not overpowering, and overall makes the car sound like a vehicle that is in a much higher price range. EXCELLENT.
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Posted By Michael D (Oviedo, FL) / January 12, 2013
1973 Triumph Spitfire
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PaceSetter Exhaust Systems 2001 Grand am GT

This product is amazing! Throatier sound and better air flow than stock exhaust. Easy to install (if you're mechanically inclined). Fair price. Definitely a mod worth investing in!
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Posted By Nicholas F (ROUND TOP, NY) / December 11, 2012
2001 Pontiac Grand Am
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great

This system sounds great, and looks awesome. Can't wait to get my next one.
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Posted By Mark P (White Bear Lake, MN) / November 19, 2012
1990 Honda Prelude
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Professional pipe bending and install required

I'm an ASE master tech, and this is not an easy instal because it isn't a direct fit. Buyer beware.
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Posted By Will D (Greenville, NC) / September 21, 2012
1972 MG MGB
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Great value for an inexpensive budget

I just wanted to add a nice sound to my accord plus give a little more power. I was able to get that with my purchase of my pacesetter exhaust system. Took it to meinele early Sat a.m. Anticipating id be there all morning. I was out within an hr and that was only because he was workin on another @ the same time!! I would recommend this to anybody lookin to get a good quality exhaust for a decent price!!
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Posted By Darnell B (WHITE PLAINS, NY) / September 7, 2012
1992 Honda Accord
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System didn't fit together

I ordered the system but the directions that were included were for a discontinued model. I started to install the system but the front intermediate pipe did not fit to my existing system since it was too small. Pacesetters solution was go to a local muffler shop and have the pipe expanded. There is only one muffler shop in this town and the guy who runs it is a jerk. There weren't any auto parts stores to borrow the tool so I had to order the tool and I'm waiting for it to arrive
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Posted By Robert L (Ellijay, GA) / September 4, 2012
1997 Ford F-150
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