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For Sale, Civic or sport compact custom hi-flow exhaust tip

This tip is custom formed to specifically matchthe power band of your sport compact. It will increase the looks and effectivly excentuate the ricer stereotype that all sportcompact "tuners" love to portray. being a custom part I can only make about one of these a week. so hurry and get your orders in so I know what kind of production schedule I'm looking at.

Right now you can get this piece of american made craftsmanship for four low payments of $49.95 and if you would like the optional dust and moisture cap pictured below please include and extra $9.95

This piece is a universal fit piece, only modification needed is to drill a hole in the bottom of tip to match the size of you pipe. then use some Greddy and crane cams stickers to hold it in place, you should have some extras laying around.






Custon exhaust tip


Blingin custom moisture and dust cover. this will also keep those pesky rodent and small homeless people from parking in there over night.





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har har har.

its not how big the tip is. its how far the pipe run!

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I took it serious till I seen the pic's....LOL
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LOL I'm gonna delete that for advertising
Brian didn't you say you needed one for your Honda?

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Do I need to put it on my exhaust or can I just tape it to my bumper. I want the 2 pipe look but I only have one exhaust pipe.

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If you order within the next 30 minutes you get a second one at half price and I will even through in some valve caps with Custom colors by Krylon




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Do you have the Hills Bros. exhaust system in stock????

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If you order within the next 30 minutes you get a second one at half price and I will even through in some valve caps with Custom colors by Krylon

haha Crazeinc.

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I'm interested in the DARK roast model for my RSX-S the breakfast blend doesn't have enough umf....
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That's awesome! I cut my bumper about two months ago and have been waiting for these to become available.
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Thanks for the exhaust Tony. It looks great on my car!!

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Hahahahaha


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What kind of HP increase is predicted? (2003 CR-V)

Not that it matters, that thing will look tits on the new Honda, and it must sound A+

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Man, I did that a LONG time ago on my truck, it stuck around and made it onto a winter beater a few years later. A good time though.

And yes it was mounted, welded in, and functional.

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OMG thas awesome.




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This post get more funny everytime I check. I would love to see that sh!t on the streets.
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ROFL

That is some of the funniest sh_ _. I have seen in a while. I think that you can get more HP if you use those Japanese letter stickers to hold it on.
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This post get more funny everytime I check. I would love to see that sh!t on the streets.
I drove with it on the truck for about a month. And on the hyundai beater about a month before a parking block ripped it off The car was... ahem 'lowered' (torch heated springs...) and a 6 inch wide tip well....

At least the hyundai was loud ('custom' exhaust) so it was fitting.

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What kind of horsepower gains am I looking at for my Craftsman lawn tractor?
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