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Old 08-16-2016, 10:36 AM   #1
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Exhaust tips factory muffler

Hey guys i was hoping to put some tips on my car. I got a stock muffler and I like the sound, plus I don't want to spend money on an exhaust right now, so I don't really wanna change them out but what I do want to get rid of is the ugly tips that come on the car. You know the ones that are small and then have the bigger tip on the outside of them. Now I know they are welded on so what's the best way to change tips without having to do too much modifications to the muffler. Any tips?

Also what's the biggest size tip that can be installed with the factory bumper. Not saying I'm gonna install huge tips but just out of curiosity what would be the max without having rubbing issues and heat issues with the bumper.
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Cut the tips off weld in the ones you want.
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Here's what I did - Got stock MANUAL mufflers and put them on my car. It was cheaper than any welding job and those manual tips look better than the tips that come on automatic cars.
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^^^that, post up in the classified you want ones from a manual V6. They have to be local as shipping will be more than they are worth. I sold mine for $50 (if I remember) to a fellow member
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I've seen a few on my local craigslist but I was hoping to possibly install a bit bigger of a tip maybe 4 or 4.5 inches. Are the manual muffler tips welded on or clamped.
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They are welded
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It's harder than you're thinking but it's really not that hard. It's not a pull off and swap out easy but I bought 4.5 inch tips that were cut off of a roush on eBay for $40 and a shop cut off my old ones and welded the new ones for like $40 and now I have much nicer chrome roush tips for under $100.


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^^^that, post up in the classified you want ones from a manual V6. They have to be local as shipping will be more than they are worth. I sold mine for $50 (if I remember) to a fellow member

You certainly did and it certainly was $50.

Which I subsequently sold for $50 when I bought the Borlas.


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