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I just looked at this on the lift this morning, it'll involve pulling the diffuser and flat blacking the muffs...I still want the tips to be stainless, nut the muffs have got to be painted.....IMO...
 

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Looks nice but I agree, I like stainless steel better
 
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I just looked at this on the lift this morning, it'll involve pulling the diffuser and flat blacking the muffs...I still want the tips to be stainless, nut the muffs have got to be painted.....IMO...
Glen, would you please share how much work, how difficult it is to pull the rear diffuser, as more than a few are thinking of pulling it, getting it painted body color. Thanks!
 

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The diffuser is simple if like the other cars...and both Eric and I agree...bolts across the bottom...and $15 trim tools off amazon -top pops off

5 pc. No-Scratch Tools for Removing Fastener & Molding : Amazon.com : Automotive

take it off, paint the muffs with VHT hi temp spray pant after taping off - use break clean for prep

to paint the diffuser to OEM quality would be about $350 at a body shop.
 

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