September 28, 2007, Newsletter Issue #82: And that's what performance exhaust tips are made of…

Tip of the Week

Before you go slapping on your performance exhaust tips, you might want to think about the kind of finish you want. For example, chrome doesn't handle extreme heat very well, which means they may tend to chip and flake. Stainless steel, on the other hand, comes in a range of finishes from brushed to chrome-like polish, and is more durable. If you want to look like a street-racin' stud, you can get titanium tips that are pre- blued at the factory to make it look like you've done a lot of sexy real life racing, even if you haven't. (What a country!).

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