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I think he posted in the wrong thread... it was the same pic he posted in the Bill Bourke thread.


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Hey Cage, are you going to use the USA sized licence plates? I noticed you still have the mount on the rear for the US size.


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Haven't even thought about it to be honest Dono, probably because I have never actually believed it would ever get on the road. But it is probably time to start thinking about it as it WILL be on the road before xmas..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................I hope.


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Exhaust mock up effectively complete, should be back at Steve's early next week once it is all finished. As you can see the tips are definitely too small for my liking but will do for now (happy Oz). Very happy with the quality of work and outcome. You can see from the pics the right hand side headers have had a fair bit of work done to them for the RHD conversion and TCP rack but came out great in my opinion.

The headers are the same overall length and height by the way although in the photo it doesn't look like that due to the modified right header.






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SOmeone gave it a clean too!


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Looks great. I was following a BMW X5 and they have larger square exhaust tips.

Edit: Decided to looks for tips....

www.summitracing.com/i...4294895412

Lots of good designs... just how you like it - choices.... Poke


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hybrid wrote
I think he posted in the wrong thread... it was the same pic he posted in the Bill Bourke thread.


Yeh wrong thread although cages car is also worthy of the om nom nom

I often open a bunch of threads in new tabs and sometimes it leads to mix ups haha



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Looks great Cage, that blacked out rear panel was a good move imo
And dont worry about your small Tips, i stuffed up with my first choice and have a new set waiting to be fitted.


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Thanks Scott, the problem is that while these are a bit two small there is limited room in the opening. Most of the late model tips are way two big. The perfect size is about 4.5" wide by 2.5" deep. Any bigger and it will foul on the sides. I found a Flowmaster tip about two weeks ago that is close (link below)

www.summitracing.com/d.../overview/


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You had better get your finger out on those wheels now.


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Oh yeah, the wheels. Changed my mind Shocked Can of Worms Poop Hit Fan Head Bash Twisted Evil Furious


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Dont worry abkut your smal tips.. not everyone is gifted but the rest of the car makes up for it. Really looking fwd to hearing it roarto life. Hard part is done.. get that thing on the road now!!!


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Welcome to the forum gbx78...... Poke


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boofhead wrote
Welcome to the forum gbx78...... Poke


trying to make it as a musician.. I think ill stick to cars..easier and less pressure


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gbx78 wrote
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Welcome to the forum gbx78...... Poke


trying to make it as a musician.. I think ill stick to cars..easier and less pressure


Come on according to Dire Straits "Money for nothin' and chicks for free" - what pressure young man?

On the other hand you know your cars.


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