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This may be a dumb question but I am looking to by some chrome exhaust tips for my 2010 RRS and I love the ones on the supercharged version, Does anyone know the width of tips?

Thanks ahead of time,
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The preferred tip to mimick the SC on 2010 HSE is 11" long, the inlet is 60mm (on the HSE) or 2.375" the oval outlet is 3" high x 3.5" wide and it is a rolled tip w/ a 15" slant cut. I have been working with Gibson Performance on a Dual Walled Intercooled tip to slide right over the existing outlet - Stay Tuned for updates as the prototype is due out any day.


This picture is kinda what it will look like....


PM or Email me if you are interested in a set.

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BTW - These tips above would be T-304 Polished Stainless, Chrome is what you put on your phat honda civic with the big bologna pipe sticking out the back.....
 

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acole10000 said:
BTW - These tips above would be T-304 Polished Stainless, Chrome is what you put on your phat honda civic with the big bologna pipe sticking out the back.....
How about a ride with the word TATA on it? Chrome or Stainless? HA!

When do you expect them to be ready? I can't wait!
 

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When do you expect them to be ready? I can't wait!
The prototype set was shipped last night from California so it should be here in 3-5 days. They will be ready to take orders once I do a test fitment and send them photos of the units installed.

I do not have a part number yet but I do know the SKU was created and will be added to their catalog shortly. I believe the estimated street price will be $74.00ea or $148.00 for the pair.

Both Gibson and I have worked hard on getting the specs to match the SC but make it a bit more upscale with the T-304 Stainless intercooled dual wall, oval, slash cut design. The beauty of these is Gibson’s “No Weld” design, They were engineered to slide over the existing pipe and be tightened with two hidden bolts (1 minute job). The existing pipes do not need to be cut because they extend out 9” and the Gibson Performance tips extends out 11".

This picture is kinda what it will look like....


Again, PM or Email me if you are interested in a set.

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Adam,

You mentioned shipping from California? Where is gibsons exact location if you dont mind me asking. I would love to pay them a visit and get a set asap.
 

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Gibson Performance Exhaust Systems
3780 Prospect
Yorba Linda, CA 92886
800-528-3044
Attn: Robert in Sales

That being said, they are not ready for prime time quite yet....give us one more week, I will post the exact part number and price.
 

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Alright fine, ill wait but only because they're a hour away...
 

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acole10000 said:
The preferred tip to mimick the SC on 2010 HSE is 11" long, the inlet is 60mm (on the HSE) or 2.375" the oval outlet is 3" high x 3.5" wide and it is a rolled tip w/ a 15" slant cut. I have been working with Gibson Performance on a Dual Walled Intercooled tip to slide right over the existing outlet - Stay Tuned for updates as the prototype is due out any day.


This picture is kinda what it will look like....


PM or Email me if you are interested in a set.

Adam
Those are nice looking Adam and with T304 stainless should be high quality as well, very similar to the Borla but easier to remove for offroading as well, I'm just curious what you mean by an "intercooled tip"?

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I'm just curious what you mean by an "intercooled tip"?
Instead of what we see on the SC which is a single wall rolled edge, These have a dual wall which is supposed to keep the outside polished T-304 stainless cool which means less heat discoloration.
 

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Acole, any updates for us?
 

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"intercooled tip"
In case you didn't know, the intercooling is worth 14.3 HP per tip... so look for a 28.6 HP gain when you do both. If you're worried about the truck being too fast, as I'm sure our friend from (West?) Hollywood would be, just get a single tip. :thumb: :thumb:
 

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The tips just came in via UPS, they are extremely well constructed, the fit and finish is amazing and each has to weigh at least 4 pounds. They slide right over the existing tip and bolt down - installation takes 1 minute and they look amazing on the sport. You will notice that my right side tip is to low (I need to adjust the actual pipe).

I will have the final part # and price on Monday.

Oh yea... The truck feels like it runs faster and I think I am using less gas now.....and sorry about the dirt on my sport we have only had 40” of snow this week.

Adam





 

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And by the way they are not "Chome" nor are they "Chrome", the tips are made of t-304 Stainless Steel :doh: :doh:
 

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They look great. I probably wouldn't have liked them being 12" instead of 11" but non the less they look great and I want them badly!
 
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