Flowmaster Round Rolled Angle-Cut Exhaust Tip Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
With monster-sized motors, bitchin' body styles and chrome as far as the eye can see, there was lots to love about the golden age of American muscle cars. These days, the engines may be smaller, the body lines bubblier and the trim duller, but you can still add a classic touch to your ride's rear end with Flowmaster Round Rolled Angle-Cut Exhaust Tips.
While inspired by Detroit's sweet street chariots from yesteryear, Flowmaster uses only cutting-edge manufacturing techniques to craft their Round Rolled Angle-Cut Exhaust Tips. They start by carving your tip from premium stainless steel. From there, they slice the output diagonally, roll the edges for a sleek appearance, and finish by polishing your tip to a mirror shine. In fact, Flowmaster is so proud of their work that they emboss their iconic logo right on top.
You don’t need an engineering degree to install your Flowmaster Round Rolled Exhaust Tip. They come in a variety of sizes engineered for a nearly endless array of tailpipe configurations. What’s more, you can choose between a lockdown weld-on installation and a super-simple bolt on setup. Plus, Flowmaster backs your rounded exhaust tips with a 3-year warranty.
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by George M (BELLMAWR, NJ) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Apr 09, 2013 7:24 AM
The exhaust tip was exactly what I was looking for. The quality is very good & the fit was perfect. It looks great on the truck & really helps dress it up . Also the price was great compared to others I looked at. The quality & looks were just as good as a Gibson I checked out but at 1/3 the price. I'm very pleased with the purchase.
Reviewed by Richard D (Greenville, IL) — Feb 13, 2013 9:09 PM
Needed something to sharpen up the back of my black Nissan Coupe. Bought the Flowmaster Chrome round, angle cut exhaust tips,had the muffler installer extend them only 2 to 3" further out and WOW! Sounds like a small modification, but what a difference maker. Excellent product, great results. Thanks "Auto Anything" for your recommendation on these. Very satisfied customer.
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Asked by Anonymous
Sunday at 8:42 PM
1966 Chevy Chevelle
what size tip do I need? Would like to try and not get any bigger end size, can I use a 3" inlet? will it slide over my 3" tailpipe, or do I need to go up another 1/2"?
Answered by Nathan S. — Monday at 8:21 AM
Hi, Exhaust muffler and tip sizes are designed with a slip-over fit in mind and have a flare on the end. If you pick a 3" tip, it will slip over a 3" pipe nicely.flag Accept Answer