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Old 11-03-2008, 03:06 PM   #1
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rear diffuser exhaust.....

does anyone know how the stock exhaust is changed when the rear diffuser is added to the car? i was debating whether or not to get it but after i saw these pictures i really want it now. but im just curious if the round pipes sit in the rectangular exit or if it is a whole new tip that comes with the bumper? also if the gmpp exhaust is thrown into the equation how does that work?
any help would be great.
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Look closely at this pic and you can see the round pipes with no tips floating in there:
http://www.camaro5.com/goods/semacamaro4d.jpg
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Old 11-03-2008, 05:17 PM   #3
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im not seeing it. too dark i guess. so the odds are the tips come off and then it just sits in the outlets?
so the gmpp exhaust would do the same thing?
i wonder if you were to buy exhaust like borla ,corsca or flowmaster if you can get it without the tips for use with this kit?
guess i gotta wait.
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Well I'm sure some more pics will show up once SEMA is under way.
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Here's a pic that shows it (at least on the pass. side) that it is just straight through and the pipes just come into it...
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Old 11-04-2008, 07:50 AM   #6
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ok so that answers that question.
my next question is, is it only coming in the grey color that we see on the dale jr camaro? ive heard it only comes in that color but is this true? i wanted to have it match the paint(black).
any help on this now?
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I'm in the same position...black. Everything I've read says it comes in dark argent metallic. I'll pass for now.
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I really love those tips and how it integrates into the bumper piece. I wish I could get something like that my my 94, like CME but regular spacing.
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I'm in the same position...black. Everything I've read says it comes in dark argent metallic. I'll pass for now.
maybe what ill just do is wait till i get my camaro,THEN order the kit and it should come primered and ill get it painted black and install it myself. maybe we can get a poll going about wanting the kit to be body painted to match?
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