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Hybers11 on eBay has a few solid options (for reasonable prices) on 4.5 / 5" outlet, 3" inlet tips - mostly just 304 stainless but they do have glossy black as well.

I don't know whoever they are, just a heads up to those out there like myself who find it silly to put down $230 on carven tips (I personally don't like the look, besides the ridiculous price)

I'll take pics of what I bought from them when they are back from powdercoating - the tips I got are 3" inlet, 5" outlet with a slant cut - they are hefty and the welding looked to be done by someone who seems to care about their craft which was surprising - look tig welded. I got my girlfriend some similar tips from DT exhaust and these seemed better quality then those.

I haven't installed them yet but I did test fit one before I had them dropped off to powdercoat - the tips at 3" in mated up pretty much perfect with the socket bulge on the OEM exhaust that's after the resonator - so it can easily be welded right on. Mine I got are 7" long and at that length ever so slightly protude past the bumper (will take pics..bear with me lol). I am thinking I may be able to get away with using the OEM clamp to keep the tip on, but haven't had a chance to confirm that yet.

I believe there's some that are 6.5" on their ebay page too, which would put it a bit further back on the valence cutout - or I would have to say that it would be "easy" to expand the end of the tips inlet to more of a curve like the OEM tip to fit further onto the socket to gain a closer to flush tip if that's your jam.

Anyhow! Hope this helps someone. If you have questions, feel free to reply or PM me and i'll do what I can to assist.

Some of the tips they have seem to be in the US and others are held in China so be mindful of that. I did contact them with a question and they got back to me pretty fast so it wouldn't hurt to ask them if they have something in the US if their page doesn't show it.
 

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Might wanna specify charger or challenger, as I can see a challenger owner ordering these out of confusion and trying to figure out why it looks so stupid with 1 single 3" tip for a 5" oval trim gap.
 

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Those look decent. However , I supported Carven, theyre made in the USA and I do my best to not support communist China.
 

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Might wanna specify charger or challenger, as I can see a challenger owner ordering these out of confusion and trying to figure out why it looks so stupid with 1 single 3" tip for a 5" oval trim gap.
Figured by posting it in the Dodger Charger SRT Hellcat sub forum would be enough but I see your point, lol.

But yes, for Chargers unless you want tips like this on a Challenger.
 

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Those look decent. However , I supported Carven, theyre made in the USA and I do my best to not support communist China.
Eh you give me absolute 100% proof they do not use China for any of their exhaust parts and i'll be shocked and respect the commentary.

I'm a realist - I find it silly to pay an American 500% markup because it's from America - greedy companies here are why I don't particularly make a big deal over where stuff originates. I've worked for a few companies now that have just stretched the "made in the USA" garbage, meanwhile the assembly line workers all are pretty much illegal / making absolute minimum wage / get abused 50+ hours a week, and all of the parts came from China anyways.
 

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Some people just like to waste money and have no clue what "comparative shopping" is........
 

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Figured by posting it in the Dodger Charger SRT Hellcat sub forum would be enough but I see your point, lol.

But yes, for Chargers unless you want tips like this on a Challenger.
Didnt even know they had that my bad haha!
 

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Can be put on with the oem clamps just fine.
May help to break the clamp free of the tack weld (easy to do) but if you are more patient then me may not be necessary
 

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I just wanted to say THANK YOU! I was about to order the Carven tips. but these look great and they don't have an annoying LOGO on them!
 

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Good to see this and thanks for the info! I didn't want to drop the money on Carven tips either if I'm not running any of their exhaust products. Does it seem like these tips snugged up really good and wouldn't move around?
 

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Good to see this and thanks for the info! I didn't want to drop the money on Carven tips either if I'm not running any of their exhaust products. Does it seem like these tips snugged up really good and wouldn't move around?
Sorry for the slow reply - yes they are on solid with the OEM clamps

Rather than the bulge on the OEM tip mating up over the socket of the end of the resonator, these tips push up flush over the peak of the socket, and the clamp secures that bridge point.

I tried to rattle the tips around with both hands and neither moved once I had the clamps nice and snugged down.
 

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Sorry for the slow reply - yes they are on solid with the OEM clamps

Rather than the bulge on the OEM tip mating up over the socket of the end of the resonator, these tips push up flush over the peak of the socket, and the clamp secures that bridge point.

I tried to rattle the tips around with both hands and neither moved once I had the clamps nice and snugged down.
Thanks for the info! Definitely going to be ordering a set of these up.
 
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