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I want to put some tips like these on my R/T. Is it possible to use clamps or do these need to be welded on?
Those look like the tips I got put on. Are those magnaflow?

Someone correct me if I’m wrong l,
I believe the 5.7 is 2.5” and the 6.4 is 2.75”.
I was told today that magnaflow no longer makes a 2.75 tip. Their catalog says they do but when the guy at the muffler shop called he was told the just recently stopped making them.
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The problem is, with the resonators on, there isn't a great option short enough not to stick out. If you remove the resonators, your choice of quad round tips increases greatly. Some have shortened the tips and resonator, and gotten them somewhat tucked in, but with stock resonators, and bold on...not really

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It can be a pain in the butt with resonators. I bought my quad tips off of eBay, they tried shortening the tips and it still wasn’t enough. They wound up cutting the resonators off, cutting some of the pipe forward of the resonators, and moving the resonators forward a few inches. More work than expected.
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Look nice, congrats! Did you end up welding them on?
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Yeah, I like them. What brand, part number if you don't mind?

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