So Rice, does this mean my car body won't accomodate the pacesetter system since the sedan and sport coupe are more similar than the Sport coupe and the base coupe? Or maybe is it possible?The sport coupe and the sedan have different exhaust systems. It's not hard to adapt the coupe system to the sedan.
***** I think you guys are talking about apples and oranges. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think LoOod was originally talking about a Pacesetter cat-back system, for which Pacesetter claims is only for the B12 Sport Coupe [E16i].87SENTRASE said:I have the Pace Setter header installed in the black matte finish with the DEI exhaust wrap as well. It does fit my car with NO problem
***** Sorry Unaclocker, I have exactly one 210 header, and one E16 header left. They don't last very long, and need replacement every few years. Most of the stuff I have for sale, is duplicate stuff. I have two of everything, because I used to drive a souped up '84 B11 hatchback [from which most of my "B11 Tips" came from], at the same time as I built my track-only B11. When I bought a set of sway bars, or Nismo engine mounts, 4.17 gears, Nismo head, Isky cam, or headers, for one, I'd get another set of each for the other. Now I'm down to one B11, so I'm selling the extra stuff. I did the same with my old 210 stuff, but years later, was I ever sorry I did that!UnaClocker said:Hey blown, you have everything else for sell, got a set of headers layin around?
I didn't say I was selling it. I said I have one left,[for me]. Anyway, it's on my B11 race car, and when it goes bad, I will not get another. I will port the stock exhaust manifold, and that will last forever.AVERAGE said:so ehh blown, how much for the b12 header again?!!?!?!?!?!