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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: Orange. NSW.
TOTAL POSTS: 1999
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Chrome exhaust tip


 Been looking to add extra 'bling' to the exee, by fitting one of those chrome exhaust tips.

 I have been visiting all the normal franchises, but no luck with sizes due to the small diametre of the current exhaust and the close distance to the rear bumper.

 Obviously this is a minor upgrade, which I am sure alot of you have done.

 Any ideas/tips would be appreciated.
Where from. Part number. Price.

 I do love the dual exhaust systems of some of you guys, but financially, not viable.

Thanks

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Date Registered: 10-2005
TOTAL POSTS: 28
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Re: Chrome exhaust tip


The genuine Nissan Part number is B00918E001 but the price is approx $100 which is a bit too much.
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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Re: Chrome exhaust tip


Super Cheap Auto will have what you're after.

Not sure of the part number though.

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Date Registered: 12-2004
Location: Mount Isa, QLD
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Re: Chrome exhaust tip


Before the new exhaust twins, I bought a chrome tip from Autobarn which cost me around $40, and I used this for a while.

Have a look in this thread HERE

My advice is, if you end up with the long tip, make sure you cut it in half, otherwise it will look like the the pic in the first post of the above thread.

Cheers

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2003 X-trail, TI, Manual, (Series 1) - (with the works)
2013 Toyota Prado, Manual, Turbo Diesel - (Snorkel-K&N-Full Exhaust, 20" Low Profiles, Chrome Bullbar, HID Spots, + All the Bling!)
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