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Old 04-02-2003, 12:00 PM
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Need to get a drive shower for my new Bravo I drive.
Which ones are the most efficient and best looking?
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Old 04-02-2003, 12:38 PM
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I think the simrek Halos cool it down 60 degrees.

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We put EMI (Eddie Marine) with flex tubing on the 42 Sonic with Bravo 1s we had. Don't recommend the solid tubing as it will bend and loose its efficiency.
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Simrek! Simple, effective.

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I agree with the flexible drive showers, I have one and it works great. Three other people that I boat with have the ridgid showers, and all have bent, or gotten clogged with crap. If the flexible one gets clogged just disconnect the hose and blow it out!! Igot mine from teague.
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Innovative marine is by far the best looking. I was the first person in the world (had to brag as I've been wanting one for so long) to have their new stainless version and I have to say that it looks awesome and not sure about performance but I would assume that it works better than many. I talked to Rich (owner) at the Chicago boat show and was very impressed. You won't find a better looking shower! Take a look on the web at: Innovative Marine
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Innovative Marine all the way

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I now have the kind everybody says are good and I had the solid one's before, I am going to put a raw water dump on my next boat because the 2 time's the other shower's were damaged was from something hitting it, and both were in a poker run. So I didn't know until I was on the trailer. When they work they seem to work well but all it takes is a stick to bend the tube and it's junk, with a raw water dump it might not be as cool mine will come from the intercooler but atleast it will be more reliable.
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I've had Simreks since '96, no problems. Usually the best bang for the buck.
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Simreks...simplest...coolest...cheapest...best
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