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post #1 of 6 Old 02-04-2015, 12:21 AM Thread Starter
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Chromed exhaust tip???

Yeah I know. *** am I thinking, but why the **** not.

My snowblower (see my signature) is absurd loud even with it's stock muffler in place. It's still noticeably louder than my lawn mower with it's muffler completely removed (I was working on it's carb which was partially blocked by the muffler).

Another thing, I love this toy, I mean tool, I want to make it more 'badass', if that.

I want to remove the stock muffler and put on a nice chromed exhaust tip (no muffler, just small section of chromed exhaust pipe/tip. I found it difficult to find parts to do so.

So, anyone done similar or know where to get ~ 1" chrome exhaust tip? The exhaust port is 1" NPT?

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Might I suggest OMB warehouse they have some exhaust headers you may be able to find a way to adapt one. It will have to be creative though and fabricate something. These are exhaust headers design for Honda clone engines in go carts. well, if you want cool, you got to work it !

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Get thee to yer closest Home de-pot/whatever and grab a piece of chromed 1" bath/plumbing fixture 'fancy' pipe. Trim as necessary. Post pics.


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If you get the chrome exhaust tip, you have to get those rims chromed also. Nice to see someone else as obsessed with their tools (toys) as I am.

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I was looking for a nice " s " pipe for you but can't find one

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What size.? 1"? Think I got some nice 1 3/4 S's here somewhere... could be reduced...


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