Exhaust tip modification for an SE *UPDATE W/ PICS*
For those of you with SLE'*, SSEi'* and GXP'* (lucky!), you are probably aware that the mufflers on your cars are not straight with the body and require the short piece of outlet pipe between the muffler and exhaust tips to be curved so that the tips line up nicely in the bumper cutouts. I have 'your' dual outlet exhaust system on my SE and cut the tips off because the cowbells looked really funny (IMO) with no bumper cutouts to fit within. Basically, I have about 2" of exhaust pipe extending past the muffler hangars and then some tips. Looks pretty good but both tips are angled in a bit due the the curved piece of exhaust pipe.
How difficult would it be for an exhaust shop to weld a new piece of bent pipe on to angle my tips out where they should be? I'm afraid they wouldn't have much material to work with. I've been holding off on getting some nice tips until I can get the outlet pipes straightened out a bit. Other suggestions are always welcome. Thanks for your input.
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