Gibson Slash Flame Exhaust Tip Customer Reviews
14 Customer Reviews
Want to hear a hot tip? The word on the street is that nothing turns up the heat like the Gibson Slash Flame Exhaust Tip. This dazzling exhaust tip has been branded with an elaborate flame design that's sure to scorch the competition. Plus, the distinct diagonal cut adds an aggressive edge to the end of your car, truck or SUV's exhaust.
When it comes to high quality exhaust systems, no one has a better reputation than Gibson. They refuse to use low-grade materials, and the Gibson Slash Flame Exhaust Tip is no exception. It's crafted from aerospace-grade T-304 stainless steel, which won't chip, flake or rust like lesser chrome tips.
Best yet, the creative minds in Gibson's design think tank developed the groundbreaking "Clampless" mounting system. Instead of welding or fumbling with floppy hardware, the Slash Flame Exhaust Tip has a built-in clamp. So all you have to do is put a little torque on the bolt, and you're done. And, this tip is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
14 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by John M (New Berlin, WI) Reviewed for a 1983 Oldsmobile 442 — Sep 07, 2013 12:07 PM
The exhaust tips really a shine to the original stainless steel exhaust system. I like the added mellow sound to the existing exhaust system. The only negative problem that I had was removing the red tape from the flame on the exhaust tips. John
Reviewed by Paul K (East Haven, CT) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Apr 10, 2013 10:01 PM
I ordered this tip because it looked good on the web and was not disappointed . Well made and it took 2 minutes to install. Only issue I had was that upon opening the box the tip was still covered in yellow tape that was used to mask off the flames for the sandblasting of the flames. It was a bit of a pain in the *ss to remove. I figure someone at the factory was in a rush and just threw it in the box without finishing the job of removing the tape. Overall a nice product.
Reviewed by Paul D (Coatesville, PA) Reviewed for a 1970 Chevy C/K 1500 — May 30, 2012 6:10 AM
Hello, The only thing I am disappointed with is the mounting position. When the exhaust tip is on, the mounting point is facing the rear. So when looking from behind the truck you can clearly see the mounting bolt. I called in to ensure there is not a "right or left" side tip the representative stated "there is no right or left". Product is nice but the mount should be facing the other direction. I would not recommend this product for this reason
Reviewed by James S (Bluffton, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda Accord — May 09, 2010 5:29 AM
The quality and appearance of the Gibson Slash Flame Tip was excellant. I had trouble installing it due to the extreme close fit between the inside dia. of the tip, and the outside dia. of the tailpipe. Once I figured out to take a large screwdriver and to pry open the tip at the split/clamp area, I was able to get the tip to where I wanted it. It looks very nice. Much cheaper than the overpriced factory accessory.
Reviewed by Brandon P (Apopka, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-250 — Mar 27, 2008 11:22 AM
The exhast tip looks good. It was easy to install total time was about 5 minutes. The tip is only ment to dress up the exhast pipe. The only problem is that the tip was on back order and took about 2 or 3 weeks to get here.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jul 23, 2013 12:52 PM
2003 Ford Mustang
How do you know what size the "inlet size" needs to be? I have a stock exhaust and dont have the money to buy an entire new exhaust but i want a larger tip to look nicer.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 23, 2013 1:35 PM
Hi, You gotta measure your mustang's tailpipe size. Use a tape measure, piece of string, etc. and check the distance around the tailpipe (circumference). Record that measurement and divide it by 3.14 (Pi) for the tubing diameter.flag Accept Answer
Asked by RICK H.
Dec 08, 2011 6:06 PM
1997 Dodge Dakota
how do I measure my tail pipe for an exhaust tip?
Answered by Michael K. — Dec 09, 2011 3:15 PM
Hi Rick, the most important measurement is the outside diameter of your factory tail pipe. Match that measurement to the "Inlet Size" of the tip you want to purchase.flag Accept Answer