Improve the performance of your ride with this PaceSetter header & X-Pipe Kit. Manufactured from mandrel-bent, mild steel tubing, they feature thick steel flanges that are surface-ground for a leakproof seal.
Looking for more power from your 1994-1997 & 2001-2004 3.8L Mustang V6? Now you can improve the performance of your SN-95 Mustang V6 with these Pace Setter Long Tube headers. Manufactured from mandrel-bent, mild steel tubing, they feature thick steel flanges that are surface-ground for a leakproof seal. These Pace Setter Mustang V6 Long Tube headers are finished with a standard black painted finish. These Pace Setter Mustang V6 Long Tube headers come with hardware and gaskets,as well as illustrated instructions to help with installation.
Pacesetter - Performance Products
When it comes to aftermarket exhaust systems, Pacesetter is a leader in the industry! They offer a full line of performance long tube headers, shorty headers, x pipes, h-pipes, and other exhaust kits to give you the most power for your Mustang. Their headers come in a variety of finishes including black, chrome, ceramic, and armor coat to offer plenty of choices for your 1994-2014 Mustang or 1993-2004 Lightning. Shop LatemodelRestoration for a great selection of Pacesetter exhaust parts to give your vehicle more power and performance!
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