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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-21-2011, 06:22 AM Thread Starter
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I installed these on my Vision last weekend, they finish it off perfectly!!
Thanks to Mr. Wizards Custom Billet Solutions for these AWESOME tips!! They fit the Cross Country and Cross Roads also!!

Here's a link where it ALL STARTED!! (Edited per forum rules)








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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-21-2011, 07:35 PM
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JS, they look nice. My issue with aftermarket exhaust tips has been the cost. I could see maybe $80-90 for tips alone (for a set), but some of them are close to $150-200 for a set

Do you mind saying what these cost?

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JS, they look nice. My issue with aftermarket exhaust tips has been the cost. I could see maybe $80-90 for tips alone (for a set), but some of them are close to $150-200 for a set

Do you mind saying what these cost?


These aren't tips, and they are considerably more than $150. Unless someone knocked them off and I am unaware, these are the Tailgunner Exhaust slipons.

This is the B-52 Jet Pipes.

They make a wild selection of pipes and they sound great. These are the most subdued in design, some are quite over the top.

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That stuff is thick like Iron city bar hoppin'. Way cool.
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They look sweet - good match!

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These aren't tips, and they are considerably more than $150. Unless someone knocked them off and I am unaware, these are the Tailgunner Exhaust slipons.

This is the B-52 Jet Pipes.

They make a wild selection of pipes and they sound great. These are the most subdued in design, some are quite over the top.
Sorry, my Bad. I have been thinking about getting some different tips, so I guess I just assumed......

For complete slipons I would expect way more than $150!

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These aren't tips, and they are considerably more than $150. Unless someone knocked them off and I am unaware, these are the Tailgunner Exhaust slipons.

This is the B-52 Jet Pipes.

They make a wild selection of pipes and they sound great. These are the most subdued in design, some are quite over the top.
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JS, they look nice. My issue with aftermarket exhaust tips has been the cost. I could see maybe $80-90 for tips alone (for a set), but some of them are close to $150-200 for a set

Do you mind saying what these cost?
Hey Greg,
NO I don't mind at all

Mr. Wizard Custom Billet Solutions made them...They are made from a solid piece of metal and CNC'd to look like what I got, the tip is added with a bolt with locktite...
These ARE NOT SLIP ONs they are TIPS ONLY!!!!

They cost me to my door $272...Well worth the coin for the look that they provide my Vision!! They are absolutey GORGEOUS!!!

THe chrome is incredibly done and the craftsmen ship is

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See you learn something new every day. Someone did make a knockoff of the Tailgunners, but I had no idea.

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