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Discussion in 'How-To' started by 04sleeper, Feb 8, 2009.
quad..whats specs on the catback..2.5" to 4" tips?
2 1/2" dia. tube, dual 4x8 mufflers, with 4" single wall slash cut polished stainless tips
Wow started polishing my borla stingers today! 4 hrs later one side done tomorrow the other side
Would i be able to polish the stock exhaust ? Is it stainless steel?
I cheated had a local shop do the pipes and tips..
I polished the service rust off of mine then just out of curiosity called a metal polishing show and he said he would polish them for 65.00. Thats probably less then I have in the paper and labor so I might do it later because its hard finding time to do this especially since its my daily driver.
Good thinking. How much did they charge?
Seems like a good deal to me.
Im redoing the tips only on my S197, is it better to just start out with the flapper wheel and get them perfect or just work my way down? I tried working down once and ended up with splotchyness some how! Anyone else experience that
Edit: they are borla stingers
^^^Are the tips chrome?
They were the stainless ones on borla axle back. I got them done finally. Took 2 hours just on the tips
Before: the top is what is looked like being splotchy. Had to redo the whole tip. Bottom one is untouched.
What tips are those that you are using and what size are they? :
I really like the look of the beveled exhaust tip and would like to get some but am having trouble finding them a la carte from the rest of the exhaust
For those disappointed in their results, I still think it looks really good (if not better maybe) by having a "semi-gloss" finish, I know I do and that's how I left mine.
^^^ dynomax tip.. They are too short..lol
I just bought some 4" Mbrp tips
Great write up man. Looks awesome
Finally finished my winter polishing project. 04Sleeper, I'm going to send you the bill I get from my Orthopedic Dr, my elbow and shoulder are goners now! Well worth the hard work though! Thanks for the inspiration.
I had so much fun doing the exhaust (Not!) that I decided to do my driveshaft as well.
You went above and BEYOND!