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Old Sep 12, 2007, 05:33 AM   #1
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how to burn your exhaust tip

i'm thinking about buying an hks high power exhaust, and was courious if i could burn the tip to make it look like hks ti. as anyone tried this, i was thinking about using a propane bottle to try it. any sugestions?
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Old Sep 12, 2007, 05:37 AM   #2
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inphluence did this with some parts and it turned out nice, try to find that thread. It looks way TI, blueish, sweet. Not sure about the material that it needs to be though. /out
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Old Sep 12, 2007, 05:42 AM   #3
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The material needs to be a sort of titanium. the process can be done with batteries, coke and copper wire...but there may be other ways of doing it also...
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so i need to replace my tip to a titanium one, how can I do that when the stainless stell one is welded on the exhaust can.
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Old Sep 12, 2007, 06:01 AM   #5
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Might be wrong, but is there any reason a big flam torch can't do it to a stainless tip?

Or will it go orange/red instead...
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if you search for anodized titanium or aluminum i think thats what youre looking for. wont work for steel.
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I wanna say to make it blue you have to induce a chemical into the metal via electrical charge.
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Why don't you just drive the car and let the tip turn naturally? Stop being a poser. Why pretend that you drive hard and your exhaust tip has changed colors from all the heat and flames? Real players drive real sht! Stop faking!
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Why don't you just drive the car and let the tip turn naturally? Stop being a poser. Why pretend that you drive hard and your exhaust tip has changed colors from all the heat and flames? Real players drive real sht! Stop faking!
What is it with everyone thinking flames coming out of the exhaust is a good thing on an evo?? I don't get it.
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Do some track days, the tip on the exahust will turn a nice bronze/gold. Oh wait, that would actually be using the Evo for an intended purpose.....
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heat up the tip of the exhaust with a torch and once it gets realllllly hottt dip the tip in ice cold water!! it really works...u get that blue ish burn tip look on it... i did it in the snow when it was winter over here and it worked but im pretty sure if you get ice cold water it will do the same
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heat up the tip of the exhaust with a torch and once it gets realllllly hottt dip the tip in ice cold water!! it really works...u get that blue ish burn tip look on it... i did it in the snow when it was winter over here and it worked but im pretty sure if you get ice cold water it will do the same
Do you have any pics of this?
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Do you have any pics of this?
ummm not right this minute but i can get some picks up tomarrow
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0o set it on fire?
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