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Old 01-17-2008, 11:10 PM
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What, if any, impact would occur upon switching out the stock muffled tips to non muffled tips? I'm looking for improved sound w/o the need for any further mods and voiding of warranty. TIA.
Also, looking for a suggestion for new tips w/ internal flaps.
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Check out Eddie Marine tips 100-12.
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You may pick up a mile per hour or so without the mufflers. Make sure to get SS internal flappers.
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i put stainless marine tip's on and it sound almost like my 525's did . now it sounds like a performance boat
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I've always been a fan of the Corsa angle-cut tips with no baffles. They have a stainless, no-rattle/no-burn flap in them. Nice piece.
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My Corsa's rattled a lot at idle, but they were a quality piece.
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Check out Eddie Marine tips 100-12.
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Looks like a good product. Will this mod require any recalibrations?
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No, but the screw holes are opposite from the stock tips so you have to fill the existing screw holes and re-drill the new ones. The old tips maybe a PITA to get off. Be careful not to gouge the gelcoat when trying to remove them.
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Thanks for all the info.
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