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Old 01-30-2007, 01:47 PM   #1
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I saw these from Regalgs.org. According to the thread they are made in China and are made of 321 stainless steel ( better material then what the SLP headers are made of) Also looks like it has a 3 inch downpipe, AT $299.99 plus shipping this beats the pacesetter headers in price.


http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1997-...spagenameZWDVW

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http://www.regalgs.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=39751

I am actually thinking of picking these up instead of pacesetters
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they look awesome... sounds reassuring when they are comparing to the SLP also...

to bad there is only 1 available.. i can see the price going to 500 if the link gets out
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I know someone that just had them put on a Regal GSE, and he loves them. He noted that they were fairly high quality, and a bang for the buck.
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I know someone that just had them put on a Regal GSE, and he loves them. He noted that they were fairly high quality, and a bang for the buck.
link? sure you arent talkin pacesetters?
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No, he just got his regal and ordered these from the same person I believe. He was surprised by the quality.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1997-...spagenameZWDVW
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those look like pacesetters to me...
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In Al'* voice "I don't think so Tim"


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isnt the downpipe upside down on the ebay headers?
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I was considering these.... but ceramic will crack and vibrate right off. Ceramic does not stick to SS very well.
If you don't intend to go with ceramic coating these are for you. If you are going to ceramic coat, don't expect it to stick for very long. Header Wrap over the ceramic coating will help, but won't buy much time.
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They look good. Now the question is which would you go with pacestters or the China SLPs? I was wondering if the pacesetters come with any type of warranty?

Also how easy would it be to just put these on David'* credit for what he owes you!
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