I always like the sound and drone cancelling capabilities of the oem resonators. I have a modded exhaust upstream but I kept the stock resonators but removed the outer chrome tip and left the "knub" of approximately 2.5" to fit all sorts of tips.
I started with the largest oval that would fit in the stock opening: Brand: TriHybers from ebay.
I then took the plunge and cut the opening to start fitting the wider quad exhaust options.
First up was a 3.5" tip made for a 997 Porsche 911: Brand: QSC from ebay.
Next were some Porsche 991.2 single tips: Brand: OEM Porsche
Then some 4" quad tips: Brand: from Ebay
Then some 2008 Mercedes S600 tips. These fit great but my bumper openings were too big by then: Brand: OEM Mercedes
Finally my current setup which is 4.5" quad Corsa tips made for a C7 Corvette. Started with them chrome, but settled on black:
I kept everything non welded so that I can make the precise adjustments I needed to keep everything flush and tucked. Ideally you want a tip shorter than 8" so that it tucks flush with bumper. My first ones were not tucked as much but I got better over the years by modding the spacing and bringing in the exhaust some more.
Thanks! It's a flexible locking edge trim similar to the below:They all look nice..what did you use to outline the bumper after you cut it?
Thanks! It's a flexible locking edge trim similar to the below:
Edge trim Black U extrusion medium size | U Height: 17/32", Grip range: 3/64" - 9/64" | PVC plastic edge protector (13 feet) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017XQFG0M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_IstICb49EP2Y0
If you finish it with sandpaper down to about 2000 grit and it's a nice cut, you may not even need it. I think it looks good with or without it.
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