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Flowmaster 15407B Exhaust Tip

Exhaust Tip - 4.5-in. Black Angle Cut Fits 3.0-in. Tubing, 7.00-in Long - Clamp On - Sold Individually

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Flowmaster 15407B Exhaust Tip

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This black ceramic coated tip is a great way to customize your vehicle. Designed for 3.00-inch tailpipes, this 4.500-inch tip is 7.00-inches long, has an angled rolled edge and is finished off with the Flowmaster logo embossed at the end of the tip. This is a clamp on style tip to allow for an easy installation with basic hand tools. Backed by Flowmaster's three year Limited Warranty.

Features:

  • Black ceramic coating adds a modern performance look
  • Clamp-on attachment for an easy installation with hand tools
  • 304 stainless steel construction for durability
  • Embossed Flowmaster logo
Brand Flowmaster
ColorBlack
Emission Code5
FinishBlack Ceramic
Inlet Diameter (in)3.0"
Product TypeExhaust Tips
QuantitySold Individually
Tip Diameter4.5"
Tip Length (in)12
Tip Material304 Stainless Steel
Tip StyleAngle Rolled Edge
UPC090127807866
Manufacturer Part Number15407B
California Proposition 65 Chemical NameChromium (hexavalent compounds)
Nickel (Metallic)
California Proposition 65 RequiredYes
Part Number15407B
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This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.
Can be used as a replacement tip for kit 717991.
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