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Old 11-23-2009, 11:42 AM   #11
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this is kinda what your tails will look like after you take the amber out

the GXP tips you can use corvette tip or aftermarket split tips will look exactly the same
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thanks man...i didnt know about the corvette tips matching. but if i cant find i'll just buy the ovals at pepboys that i liked
and yeah that amber trash i need to remove them as soon as i get some extra time

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it'* not too difficult just have to be careful and make sure you dont cut what you don't want to and also make sure they are sealed back up nice and tight so no moisture gets in
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Summit racing and Jegs have a good selection of tips. Take a look at what they have.
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Summit racing and Jegs have a good selection of tips. Take a look at what they have.
anything special i should be looking for? like any recommended brands?
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Just try to match your pipe size. Other then that'* it'* all about your taste. Cheep ones will rust out, so get a good quality set if you plan to have them welded on.
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i think mine are 2.25"
i was going for some bolt on ones. i just wanted something for right now because the car didnt come with tips when i got it.
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clamp on'* aint bad but those are usually the cheap ones that rust pretty quick
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Nice looking car! And welcome over to the excitement.
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