Aftermarket Tailpipe Tips
Even so, the vast majority of aftermarket tips are cheap chrome plated
steel that will look like hell in only a short time. J.
C. Whitney sells stainless steel tips in various sizes with either
a straight-cut tip or an angle-cut tip. Below is what the angle-cut
tips (catalog number 12xx0952Y) look like on the author's '83.
Note that the angle of the pipe tip itself is due to the stock
Jaguar muffler having a bend right at the outlet. The bend is actually
steeper than that, but by sliding the tips all the way on and tightening
the screws down onto the bend itself the tips can be closer to horizontal
than the muffler outlet. The only way you're gonna get the tips horizontal,
though, is by modifying or replacing the stock mufflers.
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