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      09-11-2020, 10:52 PM   #67
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Article about our Titanium King. https://drivetribe.com/p/enthusiast-...R4iroUEQwO8hpw
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Beef's car is even the most titanium-y color offered by BMW too.... Space Grey.

I do love some titanium too... love the luster and the sound of it when you run your finger nails over some thin ti tubing. It really is wonderful, a pain in the ass to cut at the amateur level and an expensive hobby to learn how to work with but not as tough as one would think to weld.
For other suggestions.. a simple one is ti exhaust tips. A 6" length of 2.5" .025 piece of titanium tubing weighs about 75 grams. A considerable amount less than any steel tip and a 2 foot run will cost you only $50. Won't be flashy but subtle and you can treat it for color if desired.
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