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Old 10-01-13, 08:17 PM   #1
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Im looking for a exhaust tip that will fill the stock bumper. Im talking like 5" Outlet. And will fit my stock piping or if the piping has to be expanded thats fine. Im looking fir a chrome or polished tip. Lmk what you have pics will do the best lol. Please pm me thanks! Im paypal ready.
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Get something made for a heavy duty/diesel truck. A lot of cheap and various options just by looking on ebay alone.

A buddy got some generic 'mustang style' [slash cut] welded onto his GS400 and it looks awesome, generic 30$ea and the weld went straight over the existing piping and partially to the muffler.
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Get something made for a heavy duty/diesel truck. A lot of cheap and various options just by looking on ebay alone.

A buddy got some generic 'mustang style' [slash cut] welded onto his GS400 and it looks awesome, generic 30$ea and the weld went straight over the existing piping and partially to the muffler.
Ah okay i see what your saying, so like the ones i see on ebay there 10" long but i can push it all the was back to the muffler and have it welded ontothe muffler? And if its still to long i can just cut the end that welds to the muffler? And thanks for the info!
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This is what im looking to get or what you said the diesel exhuast tip.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-690038/overview/
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Ah okay i see what your saying, so like the ones i see on ebay there 10" long but i can push it all the was back to the muffler and have it welded ontothe muffler? And if its still to long i can just cut the end that welds to the muffler? And thanks for the info!
That's how mines done, literally 3/4" of the stock tailpipe left and the tip is welded straight to the muffler itself! And it's been like that since I got the car and previous owner (my dad) bought it in 2005... Came like that
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Try eBay, I found some L-tuned style tips years ago....had them welded to my oem mufflers...just make sure to match as close as possible the inlet diameter with the oem muffler tip diameter.
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Awesome thanks guys wil do more research
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My muffler inlet is 2.5". So this will work way better



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I have some (2) dual exhaust tips. They are 3.5" on diameter each , slightly staggered placement.
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I have some (2) dual exhaust tips. They are 3.5" on diameter each , slightly staggered placement.
Man i already bought some i gotta remove this thank you tho!
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Man i already bought some i gotta remove this thank you tho!
No problem bro , just looking out.
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