Driveshaft Exhaust Tips
Bellflower Exhaust Tips
The Bellflower design permits custom fabrication of the inlet pipe. These tips are very popular on customized 50's and 60's rods.
Driveshaft Exhaust Tips
The Drive Shaft tip has a rolled edge just like our bellflower tip but is a straight tip with no bend.
Dump Tube Exhaust Tips
Our chrome ''Dump'' tube has a straight through design without any silencing material and is recommended for non-functional use only. Dump tube measures 16'' in length and has a 2'' inlet and outlet. Includes cap.
Slash Cut Pipe Exhaust Tips
Our Slash Cut pipe has a built in ''Hi-FLO'' louver core muffler and a 60° cut outlet. Inlets are cone shaped to permit in stallion on smaller sized exhaust systems.
Street Rod Megaphone Exhaust Tips
Megaphones can be used to give any street rod that custom look. Available in raw or chrome finishes and a wide assortment of inlet and outlet diameters.
Turn Down Exhaust Tips
Specifically designed for motorcycle applications with each exhaust tip featuring an integral clamp fitting and a fine polished chrome finish.
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