This is true, however, the difference is not by much. I remember seeing that the difference is only between 3-5HP. Now, to me, that's not that much of a difference. And to think that you you could have a nice set of headers that will not rust, will not fall apart and and that are made with high quality materials and workmanship and you do not have to spend extra money to re-weld or re-install a new set in 2 years, why would you not think Hotshots are better?MX-6 BOY jr said:actually, the pacesetter have been dynoed by owners to give more hp than the hot shot.
Yes, th enew redesigned HS Headers have fixed the problem with the fires. What used to happen was that the power steering lines were too close to the EGR valve O believe and it would heat up the rubber causing it to burst and catching fire. The new design has some sort of bracket or has a way to deviate the line out of the way preventin git from coming close to the header itself.Superman 39 said:Now i see that all the fuss is about the Hotshots and Pacestters. Well What about the Brospeeds or Bosal which ever. Are these any good. They cost just as much as the Hotshots. I was really ready to buy the Hotshots until I read a few post on PT about them causing engine fires. Now that is a turn off. But I think that they have redesigned them but does anyone have these new ones.})
The 4banger set may cost that but the Bosal Brospeed set from my V6 set me back $899 CDN plus tax...euroMX6 said:
damn where did u get them for that much. the bosal for my header only ran $332.50 after tax and shipping.
brilo said:I've got a set of Bosal headers for my 4 cylinder on the way. I hope to have them on by the weekend.