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You guys asked for them, so here the pics of the New Polished S.S. Exhaust Trim Plates. Please note these include 16 S.S. Button Head Bolts, 32 S.S. washers, and 16 S.S. Loc-Nuts. Also included is the cut-out from the center, which has been lazer cut with the Viper logo, great for the garage wall. This first run yielded 44 pieces, available for $88.00 + $5.00 shipping & handling, for a total of $93.00. I have to cover material, engineering and production costs, this is still a bargain. Will do another run half-way through these, approx. 20 pieces remaining if you guys want more.
These look great, and really dress-up the exhaust opening at the rear of the Vipers. Anyone with any heat related issues, melting, etc. can now cover that up. Yes, it is a little bling, but they give the back of the car a finished look.
PM me if you need more information, otherwise, if you have PayPal, my account is at: [email protected], include shipping information. Also, you can call my company at 800-727-4122, ask for Mike, Chris or Doug, they are ready to ship these today!
 

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This may be a stupid question, but do you have to drill 16 holes or do 2 pieces sandwich the body?

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Andy
 

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You have to drill.
 

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I think I only have 8 holes for the ones i put on my cars...

Also - you will never ever get those bolts threaded... Never - not once you see where those holes need to be drilled...

Just go out and buy a rivet gun - and whaalaa - looks factory...
 

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Rivets are a great idea and alternative. I forget, not everybody has a lift and a removable rear exhaust section. You could also drill and tap the metal support plate around the opening. But rivets will be quick, simple and easy.
I am emailing those individuals that paid via PayPal with the UPS tracking numbers. Todays orders are shipped!
Keep them comming guys, otherwise my partner gets my Viper for a month if we eat these.
Again, Thank You, Bryan aka FlyBry :thumb:
 

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I got one....hooooooowaaaahh
 

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Well, if I owned one, I could make this. So, why don't you loan me yours :thumb:
If I can get one on my lift for a few minutes, we could make a template. Then it's just time and material.
Any suggestions/volunteers?
 

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Although mine is not the same plate, I did manage to get my bolts threaded. I was a MAJOR PAIN IN THE ASS, but I did get it done with a small open end wrench wedged up in the tight area. The insulation is also in the way and makes it hard to get a nut up in there.
[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/726113-1372_IMG-med.jpg[/image]
 

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Simms said:
Although mine is not the same plate, I did manage to get my bolts threaded. I was a MAJOR PAIN IN THE ASS, but I did get it done with a small open end wrench wedged up in the tight area. The insulation is also in the way and makes it hard to get a nut up in there.
[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/726113-1372_IMG-med.jpg[/image]
Where did you get that plate? It looks larger than the other one, I like it. :thumb:

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