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Old 05-17-2011, 04:48 PM
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Bought these for my Super Hawaii staggered setup, both sets have the 90 elbow at the top. That works perfect for the forward engine but does stainless marine make an elbow with more of a downward angle? Or maybe shorter pipes? My tips are lower than the exit point on these manifolds on the rear engine. Just asking before I modify. If anyone has any ideas they would be appreciated also. Thanks again for the help.
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Old 05-17-2011, 05:36 PM
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Most of the stainless marine tailpipes are custom made to fit the boat. They'll send you a document outlining how to measure it all up to the existing holes, then make custom pipes.
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I was thinking of shortening the tails to about 6 inches and adding an elbow to avoid reversion. Not sure about the pipe temp at the tips or rear rubber coupler. Original was set up like picture below (provided by Payton). Not worried about port engine since its close to tips. But the starboard pipe is long, but since it was originally setup with non water jacketed pipe I think it should be ok. Any ideas?
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