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Old 08-23-2005, 12:37 PM
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Default Re: 4" Exhaust Rubber 90 Degree Elbows

you can buy 45 degree elbows too -- if your tips are already angled down at about 45, these would work best

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by the way - i had the same steering ram concern -- so I rotated my elbows outward a little on each side to keep from blowing hot gases on my rams

I took some jabbing too on using rubber mufflers on my $100,000 boat, but hey -- they work, no one can see them under the swim platform, they are light weight, and best of all ---- "Zero" power loss !!!
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Thanks guys. I think I am going to have to adapt the 8" square 90* option above from NW Filter. I have a few inches to get down below the water line.
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you will probably NOT need 90's to reach the water - i believe the water line should just be covering the top of your drive unit when sitting idle in the water -- check where the water line is on the transom and you can determine what you need for sure --

looks like 90 degree elbows will actually blow the exhaust somewhat forward into your transom
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Old 08-24-2005, 07:48 PM
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I ended up buying a 45* elbow from http://shop.airflowonline.com/Mercha...egory_Code=RHC

Thanks everyone. I went with the 45* that is 4" at one end and 6" at the other. I did this as it was 9" long in the length direction that I needed toward the down position. They are not going to be a permanent piece, but only placed on when I visit places where I would like to be a little more incognito.
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I think you should angle them up. That way you can spray everyone at the dock and be obnoxiously loud.

Hope it works out for ya. Sorry to hear about the going's on at SML.

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All my theads can be refered to as such GL.
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You can also get a similar setup from Gibson. We ran them on the Pair-a-Dice boat years ago. THey work great.

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