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Old 04-04-2011, 07:46 AM   #1
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Square or Round?

I'm about to order the Roush Axle-back exhaust and I have a Roush rear valence so I could get square tips if I want them because they fit in the valence. What's y'all's opinion on what looks better? Square or Round?
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Re: Square or Round?

I am more of a round tip person~ but I know what you are talking about with that funny looking rear bumper hmmm hard decision
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I'm about to order the Roush Axle-back exhaust and I have a Roush rear valence so I could get square tips if I want them because they fit in the valence. What's y'all's opinion on what looks better? Square or Round?
I like the square if it fits and looks natural.
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Re: Square or Round?

I prefer round , i thing of GM cars when i see square tips ...
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Oh, I should also mention my Stang is a 2011 so it has the new roush valence. If that makes a difference.
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If the cut outs are square, I would go with oval or square that fit well. Round tip in a square cut out will make it look like someone just replaced the bumper. Make it look like it belongs there.
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If the cut outs are square, I would go with oval or square that fit well. Round tip in a square cut out will make it look like someone just replaced the bumper. Make it look like it belongs there.
my thoughts exactly
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If the cut outs are square, I would go with oval or square that fit well. Round tip in a square cut out will make it look like someone just replaced the bumper. Make it look like it belongs there.
Couldn't agree more, it looks stupid when you look at a square opening and see a round tip. Couple of slowmaro guys running around town like that. If the hole is square make it look like it's supposed to be there.
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Old 04-04-2011, 07:16 PM   #10
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Re: Square or Round?

I think you should get what fits the rear.
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I think you should get this^^^^^^ seriously, im a round tip guy myself but if the exit on your rear valance is square then go with the square ones.
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Thanks everyone for your input! I think I'm gonna go with square because it kinda makes sense.
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good idea.
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LMFAO , if i had a chevy i wouldn't put those on ..............
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If the cut outs are square, I would go with oval or square that fit well. Round tip in a square cut out will make it look like someone just replaced the bumper. Make it look like it belongs there.
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