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post #1 of 13 Old 09-02-2013, 06:24 AM Thread Starter
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7" exhaust tip too big?

Just like the title says is a 7" tip too big? I was thinking of going 6" but seems that's what everyone has and 8" looks goofy.
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How big is your exhaust? Thats what i base mine off of. a big diffference from pipe to tip IMO looks stupid. I have a 5" exhaust with a 5" tip. I maybe would have gone 6" haha

Also depends how long the tip is as well. anyway different strokes for different folks. just my .02(:

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add an inch from your exhaust size. anymore looks goofy.

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i have a 5" flopro and a 7" tip i think its like 12inches long.
doesnt look goofy or stupid. im also lifted and id say that helps also. I had a 6 inch tip first and it fell off onthe road somewhere.
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heres a couple pics
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Trucks dirty but you get the idea. I think it looks fine. I dont like huge exhaust tips either, but i think this turned out good. Its just a cheapo off ebay. Not really worth the extra moolah for an RPB or MBRp...etc. when by my luck falllsssssss offf!
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I like the looks of that. My exhaust is a 4" so I don't know if 7" will look goofy but I want to buy a 18" long one so maybe you won't see the 4" exhaust a much?
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I had a 5" exhaust with a 7" x 18" long tip and it looked great, on a 4" exhaust i would stick with a 6" max just my opinion.

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4 to 6 would look just fine also. cant go wrong with either one. as long as you stay away from a 12inch around tip!!!!!
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Ive had a 6" tip out the side, 7" out the side, 7" axle dump, and then just now went to a 6" mbrp out the side. so here are a bunch of pics and you can see what you like. personally i liked the 7" better, it gave it a deeper tone with the longer tip. but the 6" dual wall mbrp looks bigger than a 6" rolled so not too bad. here are some pics for ya

magnaflow DPF back with 6" tip




magnaflow with 7" tip





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