Offroad Arsenal Exhaust Tip

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  1. MarshRam

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    I'm looking for an exhaust tip, 3" inlet to 5" outlet, single only. Not to exceed 14" in length and no bolt on, but don't mind cutting the bolt on section off, I want to weld this on. Going to go matte black and can paint whatever. Kind of hard to find. I keep running into this brand which has a 6" outlet that I would probably be ok with. Searched the forum and could not find mention of this brand. Wondering if anyone has any insight or pics on this or another recommendation. I'm not looking for any performance gain, this is pure vanity. Also, not looking to spend 150 bucks for some metal tube with a name stamped all over it.
     
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    Is that the 6" out, almost looks bigger, like 10".
     
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    I got these for summit. 3" in, 5" out. 6" would be way to big on a hemi. The 5" is already pushing it.






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    What would you say the negative consequences of going over 5" is. The only one I can find so far for a fair price of 50 bucks has 6".
     
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    I just think it is pushing it is size. Stock tip is 4" and the 5" looks big compared to that. 6" might just look funny


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    Thanks J, that just might work. So 10" is from end to end. Which means about 7"s or so of that is 5" round? Since this is a single exhaust side hanger that is completely visible, I would like a good majority of the pipe coming off the resonator to be 5".
     
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    The tip on the single exhaust outlet can only be so long. Unless you are routing it out a different way. If not, make sure you measure with enough pipe to still clamp it to going in the direction you want.
    I put a 3.5" polished stainless tip from magnaflow on my single exhaust.


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    Yeah, did the measurements and 14" seemed to be the limit to keep the angle. 10-12" would actually be better and wouldn't be cutting it so close.
     

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