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- Finish off your exhaust upgrade with head-turning MBRP Rectangular Exhaust Tips
- One-of-a-kind rectangular shape stands out for maximum curb appeal
- Built to last from T304 stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish
- Naturally repels rust for a lifelong gleam
- Bolts directly to 2.5" tailpipes with no welding or clamps needed
- Your MBRP Rectangular Exhaust Tips are backed by a Lifetime Warranty
Your boss exhaust system definitely turns heads as you rumble through the concrete jungle. But, what are onlookers thinking when they give your ride the elevator eyes? If you're still rolling with bare tailpipes, they're probably wondering how that chain-link fence post got stuck under your auto. Bottom line, it's time to step up your style with MBRP Rectangular Exhaust Tips.
Flashier than a Rick James jumpsuit, each MBRP Exhaust Tip is crafted from premium T304 stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish. Not only does it dazzle in the sunlight, but it also repels rust for a lasting shine. Plus, its unique rectangular shape stands out from the round-tipped highway herd.
Universally sized to fit 2.5" tailpipes, MBRP Rectangular Exhaust Tips come in several sizes customized to your style. And, you don't have to dust off your TIG welder—these smart tips bolt securely to your exhaust with simple hand tools. Even better, they come with an unbeatable Lifetime Warranty.
- ATTN: State of California Consumers
WARNING: This product can expose you to chromium and nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. (For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov)
MBRP Rectangular Exhaust Tips Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joe D (Los Angeles, CA) — Oct 08, 2015 11:59 PM
good looking tips on my car, lexus rx330. one thing missing to make it better is chrome. also the inletid is 3" and my pipe dia. is 2.75", the tightenig screw could not make it tight; I had to have it welded, which was an additional cost.
Reviewed by Larry B. F (Saint Petersburg, FL) — Apr 05, 2013 6:54 AM