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Old 02-02-2011, 07:25 PM   #1
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Stainlessworks Quad Tip Catback?

http://www.stainlessworks.net/cart/p...oducts_id=2039

I'm looking into getting this but I don't know of any quad tip diffusers that aren't custom and that will be a perfect fit for these. Does anyone know of one, or, does anyone actually have this exact model with a picture?
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Old 02-02-2011, 07:36 PM   #2
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The Stainless Works quad tip systems are designed for use with the factory ground effects. Camaro5 member SOPMOD has that exact system.
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Old 02-02-2011, 08:18 PM   #4
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The Stainless Works quad tip systems are designed for use with the factory ground effects. Camaro5 member SOPMOD has that exact system.
I have the Stainless Works cat back system as Chase stated above.
It's a great system, everything fit perfect and it sounds awesome!!
I placed my order with Apex and had the system a couple of days later, you can't beat their prices either.
Installed the system myself in about 2.5 hours total.
The tips fit and look very nice with the factory ground effects.
If you have the factory ground effects and are looking for a cat back, this is the system to for you!!

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I gotcha. It looked as if it was made for the regular diffuser with larger holes, never mind. Thanks for the help!
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Old 06-02-2011, 02:21 AM   #6
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I have the Stainless Works cat back system as Chase stated above.
It's a great system, everything fit perfect and it sounds awesome!!
I placed my order with Apex and had the system a couple of days later, you can't beat their prices either.
Installed the system myself in about 2.5 hours total.
The tips fit and look very nice with the factory ground effects.
If you have the factory ground effects and are looking for a cat back, this is the system to for you!!

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Hey bud, sorry to bring up an older thread, but How did you get the tips to sit perfect inside the bezel....ive spent 3 night attempting to get mine to sit right and they still stick out 2" from the back....beter than the 4" originally.
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When I had my SW system on my car I did use a dead blow hammer and a block of wood to drive all the sections forward. That was an issue for me also but once I tightened everything up they were almost flush with bezel.

I will tell you it was a PITA to get apart! I just sold it last week.

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