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Old 02-12-2007, 12:41 PM
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I was just wondering what the point of the Corsa Quick and Quiet II is. It is basically a splitter going between the thru-hull and thru-prop exhaust. Seems like it would just be simpler to run the thru-hull only, and just block the thru-prop pipes.

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My understanding is that you loose nothing to restrictions in the thru hull mufflers while maintaining the quieter exhaust note that most inland waterways are starting to look for. I had it on a Donzi and it worked and sounded nice!
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I forgot to mention that the Quick and Quiet II (versus the Quick and Quiet) does not have a diverter valve. It is just a splitter pipe.

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Right, but the tips have "baffles" in them, and thus any back pressure built up is pushed down through the Y-Pipe and out the drive to promote a freer-flowing exhaust, reasonable level of quiet and no power loss.
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