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post #1 of 23 Old 04-29-2012, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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5 inch exhaust and Tip

Ok guys I am currently running the magnaflow dpf back 4 inch with the pro flo dpf/cat delete.. I am wanting to change to a 5 inch down pipe back system but I have seen threads with people saying stuff like some of them exit.different than others if someone can post pics for.example that would be great.. Also the tip I am thinking 6 inch but alot of giys around here are saying go 7 because of my lift.... Any ideas on best fit. Best look. And best sound would.be great I will continue to run straight pipe as.i do now...

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ok guys done some reading and i think i am going to keep my 4 inch exhaust but my question now is since i have the magnaflow dpf back my tip is made into my pipe if i cut it what length bolt on tip what i need and i also would like for my tip not to point toward the ground after i cut it and put the 7 inch tip on... has anyone else done this?

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Come on guys can I remove the welded tip from my magnaflow and install a bolt on 7x15 or 7x18 and which would have the better fit

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I installed a Diamond eye 5" DP back system with a 6"X18" black tip and it looks pretty good I think.

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Come on guys I am going to order my tip monday anx I still dont know if I can get the tucked look I want. I have read some threads and noticed talk of different brands different exits, does the magnaflow system have a good enough exit point to accomplish the look I am goin for with the 7x18 inch tip. Also I am torn between mbrp and the pypes tip is there any difference other than the logo and price.

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I prefer the AFE 4" and Flo-Pro 5" exit, but that is just me. I like that 90* turn after the rear tire over the angle toward the corner of the rear bumper.

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There is a couple pics I saw on here one is a white dually with dual 7 inch tips that is really nice I really like the exit on that truck I think he is running pypes tips

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If your going from a 4"exhaust to a 7" tip, I think that's too big. But if your stuck on that get the 7x18 tip so it doesn't look like a chode.

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Strokerace74, I thought about that and your right thats why I wad goin with the longer on so when I cut iy back maybe you wont be able to see the pipe as much... But with a 6in lift and 37s I was thinking the 7 inch tip would be about the right size not to small but wont look huge..

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I would get rid of the current setup and go with a 5" kit. You will like the sound of it better and you can put a the 7" tip on it without it looking funny.



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