Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

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Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #1 by cr_bobcat » Sat Jan 23, 2016 6:09 pm

Anybody know if this Aussie sourced Pacemaker PH4440 would fit a 67 Mustang? I found one on ebay and am curious about fitment.
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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #2 by cr_bobcat » Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:14 am

This was the one that I saw for sale on ebay but it appears that the sale ended. However, I like the looks of this guy. Still just unsure of fitment. Looks alot like the Hooker 6601 but quite a bit cheaper even with the $140 shipping from Oz to USA that was quoted on ebay.

http://www.performanceexhaust.com.au/~1063
Block: Stock C8 Block/pistons, C9-M head, 1.75/1.5 valves, dual spring, 1.65 RAU Rockers, port divider, direct mount Holley 4412-500, HEI w/20* advance, manifold vac, dual-out Arvinode exhaust, Clay Smith 264/274 110* installed w/ 4* advance, adjustable dual chain timing, C4 w/ shift kit, 3.20 (TBC) rear ratio, 9.44 SCR / 7.97 DCR

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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #3 by rocklord » Wed Jan 27, 2016 3:08 pm

Have you ever had anything shipped from Australia? I have.
If not, make sure you're sitting down when You get the estimate.

Be prepared to pay around $150+ for shipping, and that's for Seamail (2-3 months)

As for fitment, that Pacemaker should fit a 200 engine with a high mount starter, but not the 250/81+ 200 with a low mount starter.

Hope this helps.
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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #4 by cr_bobcat » Wed Jan 27, 2016 6:14 pm

It was estimated at $143. $230 US for the header. That makes it still almost $300 cheaper than the long tube hookers I've seen before. I haven't seen any other long tube options out there.
Block: Stock C8 Block/pistons, C9-M head, 1.75/1.5 valves, dual spring, 1.65 RAU Rockers, port divider, direct mount Holley 4412-500, HEI w/20* advance, manifold vac, dual-out Arvinode exhaust, Clay Smith 264/274 110* installed w/ 4* advance, adjustable dual chain timing, C4 w/ shift kit, 3.20 (TBC) rear ratio, 9.44 SCR / 7.97 DCR

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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #5 by rocklord » Thu Jan 28, 2016 9:31 am

If you go to the ended auction you can send the seller a question asking if he would be willing to sell it to you at the original auction price.

I've done that before on ended auctions.
Ebay will not allow you to include your email address in the correspondence.
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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #6 by bmbm40 » Thu Jan 28, 2016 9:14 pm

That is a nice looking header and the price is good even with shipping. Could you email Pacemaker and see if they can verify the fit for your 67?
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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #7 by cr_bobcat » Thu Jan 28, 2016 10:44 pm

Yeah, it's a sharp looking header for sure. I messaged Pacemaker through their tech chat. Just waiting on an answer. Really hope that it's a fit. I also messaged to seller for a.shipping quote.
Block: Stock C8 Block/pistons, C9-M head, 1.75/1.5 valves, dual spring, 1.65 RAU Rockers, port divider, direct mount Holley 4412-500, HEI w/20* advance, manifold vac, dual-out Arvinode exhaust, Clay Smith 264/274 110* installed w/ 4* advance, adjustable dual chain timing, C4 w/ shift kit, 3.20 (TBC) rear ratio, 9.44 SCR / 7.97 DCR

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Re: Aussie Pacemaker Exhaust Manifold

Post #8 by cr_bobcat » Sun Jan 31, 2016 3:28 pm

Tried placing an order today but the seller doesn't have the shipping stuff set up, so I can't even get that done. So annoying. I emailed the seller and Pacemaker a few days ago and neither have bother to respond. This is getting frustrating....
Block: Stock C8 Block/pistons, C9-M head, 1.75/1.5 valves, dual spring, 1.65 RAU Rockers, port divider, direct mount Holley 4412-500, HEI w/20* advance, manifold vac, dual-out Arvinode exhaust, Clay Smith 264/274 110* installed w/ 4* advance, adjustable dual chain timing, C4 w/ shift kit, 3.20 (TBC) rear ratio, 9.44 SCR / 7.97 DCR

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