5 inch exhaust tips?

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    I have currently owned a Magnaflow street catback exhaust system and currently have on the MBRP street catback exhaust system. Both systems come with 4 1/2 inch exhaust tips. However, they do not fill out the rear valence completely. I think if I could find some 5 inch tips, it would perfectly fill out the valence. Any suggestions on where I could find some to fit my MBRP system would be great. Thanks in advance.
     
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    I have the MBRP race exhaust it comes with 4" tips, fills opening very well.
     
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    I have 5" on my F250. What kind of valence do you have that would allow that size??
     
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    Even if the 5 inch "fits" in the hole, it will probably melt the valence.
     
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    its the standard valence that comes on the premium pp1 package. Yeah, i guess it might melt the valence if you dont get it perfectly centered. The reason why I asked was because I saw a Dodge 392 charger with aftermarket tips that were at least 5 inches and it looked good.
     
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    I may be in the minority here...but I like the stock tips. I don't care for the big trumpet look.
     
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    Trumpets have there place, agree I like factory tips, for my Mustang. Just knew where he could look.

    OP will need to do some fab work. Some of those are 8-10' long, if done right meaning keeping the ends tight to the valance. Not letting them extend beyond it, could make the system look like to had some massive pipe hanging under there, turbo style.

    I take it OP was looking for some bolt on auto zombie deal, cause he has not commented . Yup one has to work, have skills to make some changes.
     
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