Does anyone have the part # for the Si HDMI tip?

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Looking to get a muffler delete but want to keep the HDMI tip on bc I enjoy it. Does anyone have the part number for just the tip?



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Looking to get a muffler delete but want to keep the HDMI tip on bc I enjoy it. Does anyone have the part number for just the tip?
I have a muffler delete and I still have the HDMI tip. You don't have to change the tip.
 

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Here's the part you need:

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I have the muffler delete! Zero drone at high way speeds ... Which is STUNNING! There is a harmonic disturbance at only a certain rpm ... Muffler shop welded in two stainless steel pipes ... I moved to SC but paid New York price at $220 ... Lost 35 pounds of weight ... Very nice mod ... Don't let them scare you off ...
 

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I have the muffler delete! Zero drone at high way speeds ... Which is STUNNING! There is a harmonic disturbance at only a certain rpm ... Muffler shop welded in two stainless steel pipes ... I moved to SC but paid New York price at $220 ... Lost 35 pounds of weight ... Very nice mod ... Don't let them scare you off ...
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It's pretty simple... as pictured. You literally just remove the mufflers and keep the old piping. Just need to link the pipes.

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Silly question ... My apologies ... Is this single exit exhaust? Or true dual? I noticed that my exhaust guy cut the exit pipe on the stainless steel extension at different lengths as if this was an attempted to "phase" the pipe. When I look into the HDMI I see it clearly. My assumption though is that the sounds of both chambers are the same and this is just a fitament issue.
 
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I have the muffler delete! Zero drone at high way speeds ... Which is STUNNING! There is a harmonic disturbance at only a certain rpm ... Muffler shop welded in two stainless steel pipes ... I moved to SC but paid New York price at $220 ... Lost 35 pounds of weight ... Very nice mod ... Don't let them scare you off ...
Interesting, people above were saying to worry about droning. I guess not. Thanks!
 
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Silly question ... My apologies ... Is this single exit exhaust? Or true dual? I noticed that my exhaust guy cut the exit pipe on the stainless steel extension at different lengths as if this was an attempted to "phase" the pipe. When I look into the HDMI I see it clearly. My assumption though is that the sounds of both chambers are the same and this is just a fitament issue.
Good question that I unfortunately can't answer :(

The guys above are smart af though and probably know the answer to that
 

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Interesting, people above were saying to worry about droning. I guess not. Thanks!
There IS droning. It's only off throttle though and at certain RPM. When you're cruising, you can barely tell there's anything different about the exhaust.
 

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Silly question ... My apologies ... Is this single exit exhaust? Or true dual? I noticed that my exhaust guy cut the exit pipe on the stainless steel extension at different lengths as if this was an attempted to "phase" the pipe. When I look into the HDMI I see it clearly. My assumption though is that the sounds of both chambers are the same and this is just a fitament issue.
I'm not sure I understand the question because the answer seems obvious to me. The HDMI tip does have two exhaust exits mashed side by side. Take a peak inside yours. That being said, this exhaust system is most definitely not a dual exhaust system as there is only a single exit from the engine head and then the turbo and the majority of the exhaust system consists of a single pipe.
 
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Silly question ... My apologies ... Is this single exit exhaust? Or true dual? I noticed that my exhaust guy cut the exit pipe on the stainless steel extension at different lengths as if this was an attempted to "phase" the pipe. When I look into the HDMI I see it clearly. My assumption though is that the sounds of both chambers are the same and this is just a fitament issue.
As @REBELXSi stated, a single exhaust pipe from the CAT splits at a T-junction and connects to the mufflers. See the pic I posted of the exhaust (Post #2)
 

                           
































































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