The end of the final length of exhaust pipe where it vents to open air, generally the only visible part of the exhaust system part on a vehicle, often ends with just a straight or angled cut, but may include a fancy tip. The tip is sometimes chromed. It is often of larger pipe than the rest of the exhaust system. This produces a final reduction in pressure and is sometimes used to enhance the appearance of the car.
Universal fit 4 Inch Inlet, Please Measure Your Pipe Diameter Before Purchase.
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Professional installation would be highly recommended
Made from stainless steel and Stainless Steel Polish to provide a sleek look to your car exhaust.
Protects your exhaust pipe from sunlight and rain to prevent rusting and deformation.
Easy to Install
There is no need to replace any parts, No weld is needed. No drill is needed.
Bolt-on design easily fastens to the exhaust pipe after tightening screws.
Please measure the outlet diameter of your exhaust pipe prior to purchasing. Bolt-on design easily fastens to the exhaust pipe after tightening screws.
Step 1:Clean the surface of your tailpipe.
Clean the dirt and sand on your tailpipe with penetrating oil and a shop rag.
(Make sure your tailpipe is at room temperature, and do not clean the surface of the tailpipe after the car just went out).
Step 2:Slide the exhaust tip into your tailpipe.
Try to slide the exhaust tip into the tailpipe. You may encounter some resistance, so, if necessary, use automotive grease to lubricate the pieces.
Cover the end of the exhaust tip with a towel and tap it into a place with a rubber mallet.
Step 3:Fasten/weld the exhaust tip.
Tighten screws and clamps to secure the exhaust tips. Should you worry that it is not tight enough, you can weld a joint between the edges of the tailpipe and the exhaust tip.