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Removing muffler Tips

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by Ivansito, May 13, 2018.

  1. Ivansito

    Ivansito United States Active Member

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    Has anyone removed or knows how to remove the muffler tips? More specifically, can it be remove without having to remove the bumper? I'm planning of painting it.
     
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    Kamauxx United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Sal doesn't allow links from other Stinger forum to be shared here. Try PMing it to him.
     
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    Ok, Thanx
     
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    DCBStingerGT Australia Stinger Enthusiast

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    Each set of exhaust tips are secured to the bumper by 4 screws.

    Powdercoated Black.
    kia_stinger_exhaust_tip1.jpg kia_stinger_exhaust_tip2.jpg kia_stinger_exhaust_tip3.jpg
     
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  6. Ivansito

    Ivansito United States Active Member

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    Yes thank you. I have seen that post on some other forum. I have gone under the muffler tips and have seen and felt the 4 screws. My concern is not the connection but how specifically does get remove once you undo the screws. The muffler tips has a metel bracket that houses the tip which will prevent them from coming out the back. While the rear of the tips encompass the muffler pipes atleast a inch. It does appear that the bumper must come off but I was hoping for someone to shed some light on a alternative idea.
     
  7. Weareblondi

    Weareblondi United States Stinger Enthusiast Staff Member Moderator

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    Hey ivan, unless you are doing the exhaust, you will have to remove the bumper. I was thinking of replacing the tips with some trumpet style tips painted flat black.
     
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