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Old 10-26-2011, 12:30 PM
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Default Bustd GIL Manifold.....what to do!?!?

I have a pair of HP500's. One motor has a bad set of manifolds. All ive seen is Hardin makes a replacement for like 2500 bucks.

Do i have any other options? These are the wet Gil's btw.


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Old 10-26-2011, 12:36 PM
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Theres used ones in swap shop now
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i only saw one set and they looked trashed.
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I got a good set ill sell for $9+ ride
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Call Greg at Kolorcraft 315 437 4755 he got me an awesome price on new Merc ones for my motors. Maybe he can help you and ship them to you.
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I got a good set ill sell for $9+ ride
still waitn to hear back from you, i posted on your ad.
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Well I may not have and still dont see anything.
Pm me if interested
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Chances are, if one of the Gil manifolds is bad, then the others are not far behind.
If you boat in salt, then I would look at Stainless Marine. If fresh water, then I would probably lean toward CMI's.
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I agree with the stainless marine manifolds.Have used on many boats in the past great products and work well. Be carful with CMI very expensive and will leak, the leaks are not there fault just 2 tubes at differant temperature breaks weld at collecter
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Call Carlos at Cobra Power 888-314-4167. Got me out of a jam.
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