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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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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

I like the rolled tips better....


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I like the rolled tips better....

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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

Why do you like rolled better?

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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

They look better IMO.

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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

i think the dualed wall looks better IMO i think its deff worth the money

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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

On a tip, whatever you think looks good, buy it and throw it on there. They are purely for looks anyway.




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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

Looks and affect sound a lil bit too.

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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

Dual wall. I had a rolled tip and it was hard to keep clean and it started to rainbow in color. I have a dual wall now and no color changing and it still cleans up like it's new :thumb:

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Re: Exhaust Tip - What's better?

My straight piped 3.5 inch sounds pretty good to me by itself. I do plan on putting on a 4" turbo back when my local shop gets a bender that can handle 4". He has already told me that if I bring him some 4" sticks, he will let me use his bender and rack for 2 half gallons of Cuervo gold. I will be running a custom 4" that I bent and istalled myself. With a four inch miter cut end.




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