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    Default WTB: 4" Exhaust Tips

    Looking for either angle cut or straight, going to be used with stock Hardin logs. No trumpets please
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    If your looking for stainless tips...I think the smallest they come is 3 1/2 but 4" is more common. If your snail has the step down, you can cut that part off to get a 3 1/2 then add a small piece of hose to make the 4".
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    Quote Originally Posted by krusn56 View Post
    If your looking for stainless tips...I think the smallest they come is 3 1/2 but 4" is more common. If your snail has the step down, you can cut that part off to get a 3 1/2 then add a small piece of hose to make the 4".
    Interesting, got any pictures of the part of the "stepdown" I am not sure what part of the log that is.
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    Most snails on exhaust logs can accomodate 3' and 3 1/2' in exhaust hose depending on the tips you use. If the snails you use are the 35* angle type like on most Nicson, Edelbrock, and Glenwood manifolds just use 3 1/2 inner dia. exhaust hose and pick up a set of 4' in tips from Rex Marine with the 3 1/2 in taper. You may need to enlarge the transome holes for the tips, but it's not too hard. The stainless tips with angle cut ends look sweet and sound great.

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    Bump - looking for 4" tips now
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    Got some, thanks Bob!
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