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Old 06-12-2002, 07:37 PM
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I have one season on mine, I like them a lot, my neighbors like them more. Install per Teagues recomendation and you should not have any problems. They should be able to tell you if they will work without modification based on what exhaust system you have. Good luck Ironman.
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Old 06-12-2002, 08:21 PM
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I have them on my 28' AT- think they're great, and neighbor and marina friendly as well. Would recommend them to anyone!
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The states with muffler and noise laws also don't allow 'switchable' mufflers. I'm going with IMCO big ones.
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We are looking at them for one of our new 28's and have only heard great things about them!
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The states with muffler and noise laws also don't allow 'switchable' mufflers. I'm going with IMCO big ones.
Keyword is 'ALLOW'

Not every boat out there is legal by any means.

Since I have left the y-pipes and diverters in, removed the silent choice activators and vanes, there is alot less back pressure.
I run mine closed all the time. When I see fit and feel safe no one else is around they MIGHT get opened up

Otherwise, they are automatic when it comes to some unknowns asking about them
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Also along the same thought that MNfastboat has been saying with these tips the flaper is inside the boat. There are rubber flappers outside that, so you can not see the actuator or anything outside the boat. So when they come up to you you just close them. Do not label the switch and you are good to go

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Are any of you running them w/ reduced water in the exhaust stream?
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I am not, but I talked to some one that was running them with very little water and even his had a noticable change in volume when they were closed off. He said that the only complaint that he had was that the rubber flappers were burning up. He changed over to the external flappers and said that he has been fine since then.

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I've run them for a season now, nothing but good. My wife loves them Worth the money.
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