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Old 12th February 2011, 10:59   #1
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Not Timmay's tip's, for sure. Opinions?

I stumbled across these CF DTM tips and just... it's like... I don't have words...

Dual Real Carbon Fiber Tip Muffler Exhaust DTM Style

I'm wanting something different but this carries things a bit too far for me.

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Old 12th February 2011, 11:17   #2
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Are you kidding? Those things are AWESOME.............

At least the welds look nice......

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Well, I can think of someone in this forum who will like them without a doubt . . .
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IMO DTM tips are awful and do not belong on an E39 M5 let alone any BMW.
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Originally Posted by josiahg52 View Post
Well, I can think of someone in this forum who will like them without a doubt . . .
Wait for it..

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Too bad Tim does not offer a buy-back program - - I would be all over these if they looked exactly like this:

Tim - work me up a Baja bug stinger tip option - 4 "super DTM" tips sticking 2 feet out the back and pointing at about 75degrees up????
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Wow lets all go to a asian BUFFET
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