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Old 06-04-2012, 05:23 PM   #1
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Tail Pipes

So I thought I would get away with not replacing my stock tailpipes but it looks like they are attached to mufflers. Are there any recomendations for some new tail pipes?

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Just use sand paper to get them to shine again that is what I did
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Are you talking about your exhaust tips? I use Nevr-dull. One can lasts forever.
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Old 06-04-2012, 06:23 PM   #4
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Loo sand paper is better lol u can get it sanded down and getting it looking like stainless steal again
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Old 06-04-2012, 06:27 PM   #5
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If you're looking for just tail pipes hav a shop bend some for you , and of its just tips your talking about never dull is a great product
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Loo sand paper is better lol u can get it sanded down and getting it looking like stainless steal again
Wrong. Sorry. Metal polish is for polishing, sandpaper is for sanding. Unless your exhaust tips are made out of wood I wouldn't use anything but a good polish. The tips should be chrome or stainless, and shouldn't need the outer layer of metal removed, which is what sandpaper is going to do.
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Wrong. Sorry. Metal polish is for polishing, sandpaper is for sanding. Unless your exhaust tips are made out of wood I wouldn't use anything but a good polish. The tips should be chrome or stainless, and shouldn't need the outer layer of metal removed, which is what sandpaper is going to do.
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Re: Tail Pipes

sorry guys, i am changing out whole exhaust, so im referring to new tail pipes all together.

Thanks for the replies so far tho
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sorry guys, i am changing out whole exhaust, so im referring to new tail pipes all together.

Thanks for the replies so far tho
What system did you decide go go with?
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Re: Tail Pipes

40 series flows and o/r h
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Nice that's what I have except I have a chatted h I love the sound it's deep and it rumbles nice but it does produce quite a bit of drone at crushing speeds
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What did u use for ur tail pipes?
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40s with o/r x
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I bought the flow master cat back kit the tails and tips come with it
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What r they 2.5 pipe 3 tip
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Yes , the system fits well also, I had a hard time getting the h pipe to fit because I have a auto and the cat on the passenger side was hitting the trans pan
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Thank man
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