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Old 09-17-2006, 10:51 PM
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lookin for exhaust tips

While my son is in Iraq, I have taken the responsibility to fix up his first car, a 1988 Pontiac Firebird.

I am looking for exhaust tips, it may be called a "double turn down" stlye. It resembles a regular turn down tip, except it has 2 open ports.

Does anyone have an idea where I could find such a exhaust tip?

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If the link doesnt work it is on page 30 of the exhaust tip section in the summit catalog. You didnt mention the sizes you needed this one shows 2.5 in inlet 3 in. outlet.
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The double turn down tips for my '79 Trans Am are actually part of the tailpipes themselves (welded assembly). They're more expensive than the single pipes, so I didn't get them again the last time I replaced my exhaust system. Check parts stores for the stock replacement tailpipes.
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Wish to say Welcome aboard

I want to say Thank You to your son for serving our country and God bless him and his family with Gods help he will return soon and unharmed.

I know this had nothing to do with the exhaust tips...... So to possibly help out I believe that MAUSS is correct on the situation but you can get the attachment style that look like the original styles, alot of muffler shops usually carry them also.

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