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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-08-2010, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Need Opinions On My Exhaust Tip

hey i bought this exhaust tip that was chrome the other day, and i painted it black, this morning i bought duplicolor, engine enamel paint, here is how it turned out



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Just not a fan of that screw sticking down like that, but other then that it looks good.

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any tips or ideas for me to hide it or something? its better then 2 of them down lol, i am still learning and finally working up the guts to do things to my car now
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You could turn it so the screw is on top.

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there are 3 screws total on the thing
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Looks better black than shiny.

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Looks OK, would try to find a way to hide the screws, but no clue on that one.



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Remove tip.. replace with shorter (black) screws and while it's off... paint some of the existing tailpipe black for a smoother transition of color.

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I agree paint the rest of your tailpipe
If you don't want overspray everywhere then spray some in the cap then apply in thin coats with a brush



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Looks OK, would try to find a way to hide the screws, but no clue on that one.
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