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Old 02-01-2009, 10:11 PM
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Who makes the best? Who stands behind their product the best? I want to remove my Corsa muffled tips. I've got Captains Choice but want more noise when open. It's only a 7.4MPI but I assume it'll still sound better uncorked. I've read threads about burnt rubber flappers or clanking at idle. I dont know what length I need or wether I want straight or angle cut. They are 4". What do you have and what do you suggest?
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Corsa makes very good tips. The counterweight may knock a little at idle, buts its no big deal.
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Who makes the best? Who stands behind their product the best? I want to remove my Corsa muffled tips. I've got Captains Choice but want more noise when open. It's only a 7.4MPI but I assume it'll still sound better uncorked. I've read threads about burnt rubber flappers or clanking at idle. I dont know what length I need or wether I want straight or angle cut. They are 4". What do you have and what do you suggest?
Going through the same thing. Ready to be loud! I just want something a lil different also. I can't find anything from corsa but muffled tips. Found these rolled edge tips at Eddie Marine. Thinking seious about them.

http://www.eddiemarine.com/store/car...l&p=11422&c=61
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There are a few fabricators of SS tips out there .What you don't see in the brochures
and online is how these tips are constructed.
You have to ask their specifics when contact them. Some offers seamless tubes some have rolled and welded.Wall thickness varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.Some offers replaceable flaps [ if your waterpump fails the rubber edge that quiets these flaps burn no matter what] with only three screws to be removed to replace , others have permanently welded shafts the flaps pivot on. Better ones with the removable flaps come with bushings with teflon inserts for longer lasting. Don't want to name any manufacturer because of conflict but they're advertisers on most boating forums.
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Going through the same thing. Ready to be loud! I just want something a lil different also. I can't find anything from corsa but muffled tips. Found these rolled edge tips at Eddie Marine. Thinking seious about them.

http://www.eddiemarine.com/store/car...l&p=11422&c=61
I blew out my Eddie Marine tips in one season w/NA 540's.
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There are a few fabricators of SS tips out there .What you don't see in the brochures
and online is how these tips are constructed.
You have to ask their specifics when contact them. Some offers seamless tubes some have rolled and welded.Wall thickness varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.Some offers replaceable flaps [ if your waterpump fails the rubber edge that quiets these flaps burn no matter what] with only three screws to be removed to replace , others have permanently welded shafts the flaps pivot on. Better ones with the removable flaps come with bushings with teflon inserts for longer lasting. Don't want to name any manufacturer because of conflict but they're advertisers on most boating forums.

How about Rex Marine? Anybody heard of any problems with them?

http://www.rexmar.com/page230.html
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I blew out my Eddie Marine tips in one season w/NA 540's.
Me too, Twice!
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I have Dana Marine tips & I love them...Very good quality, & the internal flapper can be replaced from outside the boat.
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quick question. I have internal and external flappers. do i need both? would it be ok to take out the internals and just leave the externals?????
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