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I'd like to change the stock exhaust tips on my 2012 R/T classic to something a little flashier looking - dual tips and chrome preferred. Round or rectangular. But the Mopar tips are around $200 bucks when I know that other places have them for much less. Any suggestions? Also, what is the inlet size that I need to be looking for? Lastly, how much room (width) do I have to work with or does that not matter? I'll post this in appearances section, too, since it is more looks than peformance. Thanks
 

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Unless you want to cut the pipes, stick with the Mopar quads. They fit perfectly. They are pricey, but worth it IMO. Sometimes you can find someone selling used ones too. Look around. :4-wavey:
 

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I have seen the Mopar quad exhaust tips for as little as $180 on eBay and that price includes free shipping. At least with Mopar products you know that they will fit right. I have them on my Challenger and they look great.
 

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I agree with the upper two posts about the Mopar tips. They are top notch and fit well.

But, if the budget doesn't allow that, try Goggling. But do your homework with measuring.

BTW, Magnaflow or Flowmaster tips will cost you more than the Mopars.
 
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Check the "for sale" forum here, and on ChargerForumz. There's a lot of members constantly upgrading their exhaust systems and Mopar Quads usually sell used for between $125-$150.
 

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Thanks for everyone's advice. I listened and just picked up my Mopar quads today. Know the parts manager and he knocked $25 off so I'm happy.
 
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