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Old 02-05-2010, 09:11 PM
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Exhaust Tip - What's better?

I wanna get a 4"-6" and prob 18" length.
My debate is dual wall vs rolled tip.
Dual wall looks better and doesn't catch soot at the end but more expensive.
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Old 02-05-2010, 09:24 PM
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I got the 6inch rolled tip and like it, didn't wanna spend extra for the inside of it to look pretty when its gonna be black anyways
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RBP tip all the way.... i like the 5" dual wall, but on 6", the rolled tip is good
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Old 02-06-2010, 05:47 AM
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i am going to get the dual wall 5" tip on mine. looks better to me. i do have a 6" rolled tip on my turbo lightning though
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i've got a 6" dual wall its the way to go it doesn't get as hot and it looks way better imo.
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i've got a 6" dual wall its the way to go it doesn't get as hot and it looks way better imo.
Agreed x2........
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I love the sound of my 6in Rolled tip, anybody have a sound clip of dual wall tip?
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I love the sound of my 6in Rolled tip, anybody have a sound clip of dual wall tip?
I think im gonna do a 6" rolled tip.


I didn't think a tip had anything to do with sound?
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Old 02-10-2010, 05:28 PM
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mine sounded different before i put the tip on, and dodges are annoying with the rolled tip sound like a rice burner to me, LMAO
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yes tips have a lot to do with sound... its like a megaphone... roll up some paper and make a megaphone and tell me it doesnt amplify your voice... same principle for exhaust tips...
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