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      03-06-2013, 10:13 AM   #1
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Exhaust tip welding

Looking at some new tips and it looks they are a cut off and weld....

No idea how much welding costs but first quote is 50 for the pair.

Sound good? Any recomendations?
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Looking at some new tips and it looks they are a cut off and weld....

No idea how much welding costs but first quote is 50 for the pair.

Sound good? Any recomendations?
Doesn't sound bad.

I had all my custom exhaust (welding/adaptations) work done here:

http://www.tyrepros.co.uk/

Branch is in Redhill, Surrey

Just noticed they have a branch in Hove
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Nice one thank you....

Just starting to feel that 175 fitted for a couple of tail pipes is a little steep!

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I done my tips before i changed my exhaust system and paid 40 for the tips to be welded on mate so 50 sounds pretty cool.
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I done my tips before i changed my exhaust system and paid 40 for the tips to be welded on mate so 50 sounds pretty cool.
Have you got any pictures of the tips fitted to yours?

How did you find the quality etc.
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Have you got any pictures of the tips fitted to yours?

How did you find the quality etc.
I got my tips from Cyba and the quality was second to none mate, would buy from them again.

Not the best pic mate but the only one i have.
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Ass shot is on point son! CYBA tips are top quality and super eager to have mine fitted one the new rear diffuser goes on... ooooohh, leaking secrets of my build, naughty!
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Nice one thank you....

Just starting to feel that 175 fitted for a couple of tail pipes is a little steep!

So you're paying 125.00 for just the tips?

Have I got that right?

If so you need to get in touch with the main man (Cyba),assuming you've not already bought them (I hope you haven't!)

My Cyba tips are the ones not fitted in this pic:

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I am intouch with Cyba, the ones I'm after from him are the 4.0 Dry Carbon!

He is selling them for $179 delivered...

The Titanium 4.0 are $159 and the 3.8 chrome $119.

The 125 for the Dry Carbon's is with a crap PayPal FX rate and me also accepting the fees.

However, seeing yours I know its the right way to go! They Cyba tips look so much better than the standard ones.
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Just wondering, is it important to know what length the exhaust tips need to be before buying them?

When I spoke on the phone to a bloke at one of the Powerflow branches he wittered-on about how they need to be a certain length, to allow for where they cut the exhaust pipe. I lost interest after a couple of minutes!
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