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Old December 10th, 2011, 03:33 PM
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Tailpipe size

So at the Jingle Bell Cruz - a Chevy guy I know tells me he loves the car, but I should not have that wimpy tailpipe size and I should go big or go home (I'm paraphrasing there). Anyway, I start to take a closer look at the pipe sizes around me and I start to get tail pipe envy . How come you guys never said anything? So, anyway today I swapped them out to a bigger size from the 2 inch. Looks better and sounds better. The 2inchers are up for grabs to anyone who wants them. They are 6x2 and are in great shape as you saw last week or in previous photos .

Anyway, here's the difference $20 makes.
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Old December 12th, 2011, 09:44 AM
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I think tailpipe size is kind of like.... Well you know. 2" is fine for a driver but if you can fit 2.5 go for it. I am trying for 2.5 on the delivery if I ever get that far...
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Old December 14th, 2011, 11:18 AM
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This doesn't exactly count for tailpipe, since it is only the tip... but I'm putting this on the Flarechero. Let them get on their hands and knees to see for themselves how far back it goes.

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