Greddy Racing Sport Exhaust -- How do I make it cooL?!

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Greddy Racing Sport Exhaust -- How do I make it cooL?!

Postby kyorin » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:37 pm

Hey guys.

So I was interested in getting the Greddy Racing Sport catback.
I really dig single pipe exhaust over dual so I was wondering...how the hell do I make it look nice?
It's a bit of a head scratcher since the rear bumper/mold is made for dual, it looks off with exhaust on one side.
Any aftermarket rear bumpers or different rear molding out there that might look better with this setup?

Thanks.
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Re: Greddy Racing Sport Exhaust -- How do I make it cooL?!

Postby idreamofdrifting » Tue Jul 23, 2013 10:32 pm

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Re: Greddy Racing Sport Exhaust -- How do I make it cooL?!

Postby ga_goosh » Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:16 am

^^lol

you can maybe find a local fiber glass shop to make a single exhaust rear valence or some sort of cap that will cover the other side. Maybe get your local body shop to work some auto body magic and cut and patch it to remove it. why not get creative and get a single round fog light and hook it up to your reverse lights lol maybe not but you will probably have to get a custom project started for that.
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