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      11-23-2012, 11:35 AM   #10
stealth.pilot
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Originally Posted by cyba
slip on carbon tips over the factory tips? I don't see that is possible on the M5? Slip on tips on the inlet pipes maybe but not over the factory M5 tips
I didn't say slip on over factory tips. I said slip on like the factory tips. I.e the factory tips don't need welding. I also don't want to weld aftermarket tips. I'd rather have slip on or clamp on so I can revert to stock for resale without any hassle.

And also I prefer Titanium or OEM-style chrome to carbon.

I think you will find the market for slip on tips is quite large. A lot of people don't want to go to a chop shop for welding, but a simple DIY slip on tips would have mass appeal. It's like the painted reflectors - everyone on the board buys them.
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