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Exhaust Tips (aftermarket)
#1
What is everyone using with mandrel bent 2.5" exhaust? I have the cutouts in my valance and I'm looking to replace the Mach1 style tips with something very similar, but that is 2.5" inlet instead of the factory 2" inlet. Any ideas?
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#2
I have a Pypes 2.5" stainless exhaust, and I decided to go with the Pypes 2.5" slash-cut tips. Probably a little smaller than the stockers, but I like 'em. They're "clamp-on," but I'll be having them welded on by an exhaust shop when they get my hangers squared away and weld-up the rest of the system.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/pye-evt49/overview/

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Summit Racing has a ton of tips (very reasonable prices as well)... you might head over there and use the Search filters to spec-out exactly what you want.

Eric

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#3
I had 16" long, 3" stainless slash cut stainless tips made about 20 years ago...they still look brand new.
They neck down to 2.5" and are welded to the tailpipes. They are long enough so that they reach far enough back under that you cannot see them attached to a smaller pipe, which was always a pet-peeve of mine with the OEM set-up.
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#4
I have Borla's stainless tips... quite nice.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/BOR-20122

1971 Mustang fastback: 10.3:1 C90E 408W hydroller - CDAN4 EEC-V w/EDIS8, girdled, lowered and caged
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#5
I just ordered these
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mbr-t5106/overview/

LOVE OF BEAUTY IS TASTE..THE CREATION OF BEAUTY IS ART
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#6
Qcode351mach;195805 Wrote:I just ordered these
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mbr-t5106/overview/

Those tips don't have quite enough slant to match the stock tips, if keeping a "stockish" sort of look is your goal. I built my car as a restomod, but tried to keep as much of the original appearance as possible.

1971 Mustang fastback: 10.3:1 C90E 408W hydroller - CDAN4 EEC-V w/EDIS8, girdled, lowered and caged
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#7
I really like the MBSR tips with their low-profile clamps and rolled edges... but yeah, I wanted a little more slant to the ends as well.

Everything presented so far look like nice, solid products. I don't think a guy could go wrong with any of them. thumb

Eric

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#8
Mine Just arrived Look better in person than the pics on summits site
       

LOVE OF BEAUTY IS TASTE..THE CREATION OF BEAUTY IS ART
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#9
Oooh... those DO look sharp. thumb

Eric

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#10
The logo emblazoned on them screams cheap.

1971 Mustang fastback: 10.3:1 C90E 408W hydroller - CDAN4 EEC-V w/EDIS8, girdled, lowered and caged
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