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This is a discussion on Rectangle Exhaust Tips within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; Who sells polished chrome or stainless steel rectangle exhaust tips? My wife said she likes the Camaro stock exhaust tips, ...

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    Who sells polished chrome or stainless steel rectangle exhaust tips?

    My wife said she likes the Camaro stock exhaust tips, but she saw a nice set of polished ones on a truck. She said that would look nice on the Camaro.

    thanks

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    Borla
    http://www.signaturespeed.com/ListIt...y/Exhaust.aspx

    Pypes
    http://www.pypesexhaust.com/tips.html

    The headman exausht system comes with them as well.
    http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...53414_-1_11181

    At one time I believe gibson use to make some as well but I could not find them. I believe I have seen them on ebay as well for much cheaper than most of the links I posted.
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    PERFECT, wow, that is just unbelievable.

    thanks man, now i can show my wife and spend some money...

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    well that headman headers exhaust from Jegs is pretty reasonable. Since my wife likes the look it makes it easier to buy. I'm sure you married guys out there know what i mean. Its btter to ask for forgiveness than beg for permission, But it is even better if she is the one making suggestions. The one that floored me the most was when she told me about a nice hood on a 93-97 z28. Oh boy...

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    My rectangle tips



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    Hollo, yours are similar in shape to my stock stainless T/A tips on my '98...which I LUV by the way, and will never change! The mouth openings come polished, and the body kinda' matte silver, but some people polish em' up. The shape also makes the exhaust note deeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonB View Post
    I recommend these as well!

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    nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    I recommend these as well!
    They are nice but look at the price. The ones that look like stock z/28's are $120, the cuda and challenger ones are both $240. They all look really good but damn thats expensive just for some tips. This is one of the reasons I have not changed my tips because all the ones I loike are so damn expensive.

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    I live in Deland and have some STOCK z-28 tips that have been chromed. Right now they're attached to pipes from a 'dyno-mouth' system for sale. If you're interested just shoot me a pm or reply on here. I had them on my car until I got true duals installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonB View Post
    They are nice but look at the price. The ones that look like stock z/28's are $120, the cuda and challenger ones are both $240. They all look really good but damn thats expensive just for some tips. This is one of the reasons I have not changed my tips because all the ones I loike are so damn expensive.
    I work for Pypes. If you actually held them in your hand, you would see why they cost what they do. And the Mopar tips, do you have any idea what it takes to make them and polish them? No offense to ya, but you gotta see em to understand. All tips are made from "304" stainless and polished to a mirror finish!

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    I like the rectangular tips as well -check these out-


    Gibson-like 50 bucks each

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonB View Post
    Borla
    http://www.signaturespeed.com/ListIt...y/Exhaust.aspx

    Pypes
    http://www.pypesexhaust.com/tips.html

    The headman exausht system comes with them as well.
    http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...53414_-1_11181

    At one time I believe gibson use to make some as well but I could not find them. I believe I have seen them on ebay as well for much cheaper than most of the links I posted.
    The tips from Signature Speed are 2.25"!!! A little small and cost almost twice as much!

    From Pypes, you can either get 2.5" or 3"

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    I cant wait till Pypes makes the CME tip. I WILL be purchasing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETHALxLS1 View Post
    I cant wait till Pypes makes the CME tip. I WILL be purchasing.
    Very soon! I am working really hard to get it done.

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