Exhaust Tips

Gasser (7.3L)

Gibson 3.5” Inlet/4” Outlet x 12” Length. I cut off about 6”-7” of pipe before installing. Highly recommend, as it looks 100% factory?



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How about a oem. Can I just buy the factory black and slip it on, or does it require something special?
 
How about a oem. Can I just buy the factory black and slip it on, or does it require something special?
If you found an OEM one please share. I could not find one from Ford.
 
Certain ones came with a chrome tip from factory on the 7.3. May be king ranch and platinum. I haven’t seen a black from factory. I looked all over and came across the Gibson mentioned by Tremor 76. I haven’t pulled the trigger yet but that’s my favorite so far. I love how long it is and that it looks like what should have come on the truck.
 
Banks makes one that is pretty nice. I put this on my gas exhaust.

 

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I installed the MBRP black tip end of December. I cut about 4-5 inches off the stock tip at an angle to closely match the MBRP tip. Love the look, but the finish is already coming off.

 
Gasser (7.3L)

Gibson 3.5” Inlet/4” Outlet x 12” Length. I cut off about 6”-7” of pipe before installing. Highly recommend, as it looks 100% factory?



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I bought this one as well. I only cut about 4” off and painted the oem pipe with high temp point so you can’t really see the pipe inside of the tip.
 
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