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Old 04-17-2008, 05:52 PM
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black exhaust tips

I have searched around and cant find any? My tips are dualed straight out the back currently chrome 4 in 5 out and 19 inches long. Is there a website where i can find these?? Any help appreciated
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Old 04-17-2008, 06:04 PM
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fyi don't really like the one with rbp polished logo on it
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Try here
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RBP......if your willing to spend a rediculous amount. I heard that it turns GREEN after a while tho..

Silerline.......i thinnk they are around $70 but only come in 4" to 5".....but i hear that they turn GREY after a while......


so, both options are a little iffy. but id rather loose 70 bucks, instead of 200 bucks!!!!! just my opinion tho.

rbp has some cool stuff, but its all WAY to over priced....WAY WAY WAY to much.
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Ever think about painting the tip black?
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Yeah, Raul@StealthAutomotive painted his stacks black. Looks great, you could just do that. It would be easier and cheaper than anything else, just a thought.
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that could work ^. get some high temp paint. then if it doesnt work, you wont be out alot of cash!
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either that or a high temp powder coat. high temp powder from most shops is only available in a small handful of colors, but black is one.
also Silverline came out with black chrome tips/stacks not too long ago,not sure how much theyre running now tho. i thought thy were around 65-75, but dont quote me
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Old 04-18-2008, 07:57 PM
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what would i need to do to chrome to paint it black?
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I got the silverline black stainless on my truck, I dig it, something different.

And no it doesnt turn gray after a little while
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