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I am guessing the different exhaust covers would coordinate with the trim. Personally I just like the dual covers.
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I would go with the dual exhaust covers for the MKZ and plus if you look closely at the black diffuser piece it has a gloss finish which means only the higher trim would only include that finish instead of the matte black plastic finish on the lower trim model.
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I have seen different variations of the exhaust covers for the lincoln Mkz one is just dual and one is quad.





Which one do you guys think is better looking on the MKZ?
quad exhaust setup sure does change things around along with that color which blends the piece around the exhaust tips in.



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best color for the MKZ right here

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quad exhaust setup sure does change things around along with that color which blends the piece around the exhaust tips in.
Yeah for sure the quad tips definitely add to the luxurious persona. I am glad there was an option for the MKZ.
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best color for the MKZ right here

What is the name of this color?

One of the nicer metallic colors for the MKZ. That is exactly how I want mine!
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I would go with the dual exhaust covers for the MKZ and plus if you look closely at the black diffuser piece it has a gloss finish which means only the higher trim would only include that finish instead of the matte black plastic finish on the lower trim model.
Good observation finally we have a solution for that diffuser piece on the rear bumper. I would have thought we had to go out of our way to have it repainted.
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The integrated exhaust looks clean. My only concern is cleaning the exhaust tips once they become black. The painted bumper gets in the way and can be easily scratched.



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The integrated exhaust looks clean. My only concern is cleaning the exhaust tips once they become black. The painted bumper gets in the way and can be easily scratched.
Is there something that could be sprayed or applied on to keep it from tarnishing or turning black? I thought I came by something like that.

What would be the best way to clean the exhaust tips anyways?
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I guess you can use masking tape around the perimeter and protech the finish of the bumper and ise a solvent to spray on and use a brush to losing the contaminants. That is the best way i can think of unless there is another solution.
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