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Hi guys,

I changed my stock tips to dual exhaust tips. Some people were asking for sound comparison. So I made a video.

https://youtu.be/QynhHI8DoEo

To me, it changed the tone a bit, making it a bit deeper on start and a fraction raspier on WOT.
 

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To me, it made the the tone deeper. I didn't think simple tips would change anything, but it sounds good. I just have a dual Magnaflow competition exhaust. I love the deep bellows, but I just wish in retrospect that I would have gotten quad tips, just for appeal. lol
 

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to me it made the the tone deeper, didntthink simple tips would change anything. but sounds good. I just have dueal exhaust, but a magnaflow competion exhaust, love the deep bellows, i jut wish in retro spec i woulda gotten quad tips just for appeal lol
You can. It's what I did to mine.

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Question for you/all. Those are unequal length, correct? I always thought the longer one went on the inside, and the shorter on the outside? That they were unequal to compensate for the rounding of the body nearer the edge?

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I prefer the retro look. If I changed my exhaust tips, I would go with the quads that were on the 1970s Challenger. I never understood why Dodge used the 1970s 'Cuda-style exhaust tips on the Challenger.

 

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Question for you/all. Those are unequal length, correct? I always thought the longer one went on the inside, and the shorter on the outside? That they were unequal to compensate for the rounding of the body nearer the edge?

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Yes sir. Unequal length. I tried fitting it backwards and it didn't match the angle of the rear bumper and it looked silly. I then flip them to how I have them now and then they made sense.

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Look great. Went on there site. Says not for 2017 Hellcat? Should be same? I will send the seller a PM and ask what the deal is.
Correct, that tool doesn't match but it should fit your Hellcat. I believe it we have the same exhaust diameter.

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I prefer the retro look. If I changed my exhaust tips, I would go with the quads that were on the 1970s Challenger. I never understood why Dodge used the 1970s 'Cuda-style exhaust tips on the Challenger.

I thought about these too and they are nice but I liked the round exhaust look vs the square.

Ideally I want a quad look like this but it doesn't fit our cars without a major bumper and exhaust modification. (Yes, I know it's a Corvette. No, I'm not a Chevy guy. Yes, Mopar or no car. No, I'm not trading in my TA. Yes, I understand this is a Challenger site, I just happen to like how quad pipes look together)


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