Fake Right Side Exhaust Pipe for 1998 TA WS6

Can anyone point me to a source for a kit for a fake right side exhaust pipe and tip to match the single exhaust pipe that came on my 1998 Trans Am WS6?
I just bought this car with 7000 original miles on it and want to fill the right side indentation in the bumper cover with a fake pipe but have no motivation (or need) to replace the original exhaust system to accomplish this.
Thanks for any input.
Mike O.
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Ebay for the tip? Local exhaust specialist to bend/weld you a dummy pipe to end of muffler & exit to rear & appear as factory models +/- 1 year from yours? $75 bucks? To really save you lots of aggravation, tho', just sell me the car--I have a 12000 mile Z-28 that needs a stablemate;) Mine's red and auto and factory duals and tips? Yours? HTH, s >> << daniels_samatbellsouthdotnet
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I know this is a slighty dead thread here but the 1998 Trans Am already had dual exhaust. The only F-Body (Firebird/Camaro) cars made from '98 to '02 that had a single exhaust tip were the base model Firebird and Camaro. The Camaro Z-28, SS, Firebird Formula and Trans Am all came standard with the 5.7 Liter LS1 and dual tipped exhaust (exhaust manifold to Y-pipe to muffler to two tips). If you only have a single tip, either the exhaust system is aftermarket or broken, or you have a base model Firebird with the WS6 "visual" package. The WS6 visual only added the hood, a couple other cosmetic parts and possibly a stiffer suspension on the base model Firebird.
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I would check with Brandon @ Maryland Speed. http://marylandspeed.com /
If anyone can help, he can.
Edd
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I know this is a slighty dead thread here but the 1998 Trans Am already had dual exhaust. The only F-Body (Firebird/Camaro) cars made from '98 to '02 that had a single exhaust tip were the base model Firebird and Camaro. The Camaro Z-28, SS, Firebird Formula and Trans Am all came standard with the 5.7 Liter LS1 and dual tipped exhaust (exhaust manifold to Y-pipe to muffler to two tips). If you only have a single tip, either the exhaust system is aftermarket or broken, or you have a base model Firebird with the WS6 "visual" package. The WS6 visual only added the hood, a couple other cosmetic parts and possibly a stiffer suspension on the base model Firebird.
Care to argue about that? If so, do so here (as I don't enjoy controversy. ;) ): >> http://www.tripletransam.com/WS6/WS6_2000a.html << "The regular Trans Am exhaust for 1998 had two outlets with rectangular tips filling in both cutouts (these cutouts are not present on the Firebird and Firebird Formula bumpers, only the Trans Am). The high performance WS6 / Ram Air exhaust system had only a single large outlet from the driver's side of the muffler. The claim was that the WS6 exhaust system was too loud to pass full power sound level restrictions with two outlets from the muffler, so the decision was made to maintain the large high performance characteristics of the system, but provide only one outlet from the muffler." >> Enjoy, s
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