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What Have You Done To Your ST Today

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After almost 6 months I decided to replace the exhaust tips since I don't foresee myself swapping out the whole system.

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I went with 3.5" dual wall stainless steel. I thought about the 4" but these to me looked a little cleaner after seeing both mocked up in the shop. At $170 installed I didn't think that was too bad as some tips I was looking at online were way more than that.
 
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FINALLY got around to doing the front end with Lamin-X. Rear end is next! (also filled in the chrome that was left with my emblem overlay)

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Dont mind the difference in daylight, will take a better after pic when the sun is up some more tomorrow! Otherwise stock ST... waiting for my Steeda springs before I spray my rims as I opted for the non-street pack ST.
 

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UPR catch can install. Ron@whooshmotorsports rocks! Quick shipping and great customer service when I asked about order status. CE9A9F67-7DA7-4FEB-A1D9-909C53EFFEFF.jpeg BB619268-FB55-4AD6-8F66-6BF77AEADD53.jpeg
 
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Nothing fancy but got around to most of the rear today.. reaaaal easy. Just have to do the chrome ring around the emblem and the side of the taillights.
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And with ordering all of this I had no idea that the rear markers came with the taillight kit so I ordered a seperate set for the rear markers which are now available.. will post in the marketplace and/or pm me.

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It's the little things.. my plate frame matched my old Explorer well but after looking at those pictures... definitely needed a change!
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And I also got the email that my Steeda springs finally shipped... ETA Thursday
 
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After almost 6 months I decided to replace the exhaust tips since I don't foresee myself swapping out the whole system.

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I went with 3.5" dual wall stainless steel. I thought about the 4" but these to me looked a little cleaner after seeing both mocked up in the shop. At $170 installed I didn't think that was too bad as some tips I was looking at online were way more than that.
I like the look. Where did you find those exhaust tips? Who makes them?
 
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I like the look. Where did you find those exhaust tips? Who makes them?
Thanks, I have no idea who makes them. They are the ones that my local muffler shop keeps in stock. When I get back home next week I can give them a call and see if they can tell me that info.
 
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I've been trying to find a satanic small rattle coming from beneath the second row captains chains.
 

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I've been trying to find a satanic small rattle coming from beneath the second row captains chains.
I had that exact same issue in the exact same place. I traced it out to the aftermarket borla exhaust. It needed some adjustment so it didn't rattle. 100% fixed it
 
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Little addition, well actually a subtraction. Rear wiper delete. I used the link @UNBROKEN provided, the NiceCNC brand on Amazon. Same title and everything, but it didn't have the little nub he had to grind off. So that made this job even easier!
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Just took her home Thursday. Today and yesterday had it tinted 5% all around, new emblem city badges, color match bumper plugs, sto n sho quick release plate kit, auto stop eliminator and forscan to turn off double honk and turn on Bambi mode.
 

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I finally installed the brushed aluminum door panel trim pieces.....well worth the low cost (thanks IZIZIZIZIZIZI). Also finally installed the aluminum pedal covers. Not bad for $20-something bucks. After & Before pics:

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