Pace Setter Headers For Dodge Trucks are manufactured using mandrel-bent, 16-gauge mild steel tubing and port-matched, CNC-machined, 3/8"-thick head flanges. They are designed for the best combination of ease of installation, fit and maximum performance gain for your vehicle. Pace Setter Headers are available with a standard black painted finish or Armor Coat, a polished, 2000 Degree F, metallic-ceramic coating. Armor Coat won't discolor like paint, chrome or even stainless steel, reduces underhood temperatures, resists rust and corrosion and is easy to keep clean. Headers include hardware, gaskets and illustrated instructions.
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