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Old 01-04-2004, 02:52 PM
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xr drive with its , who makes drive showers for this setup?
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Old 01-04-2004, 03:42 PM
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Billet Marine is in the process of finishing the design on an XR/ITS Billet, water cooled top cap. THe XR steel towers have been failing in the cast XR/ITS caps. This cap will be much stronger and run much cooler. If intersted please e mail, [email protected]
 
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Old 01-05-2004, 04:28 AM
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thanks for the replies, billet marine if you have a pic could you email it to me thanks, troutly could you email that pic to me and i cant find innovative marines web page, thanks again.
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Doesn't Simrek offer a shower for this set-up? I had one on my Bravo I and it worked well. Easy install also.
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Simrek does offer a drive shower that works with the ITS. I put one on mine and I have not had any issues with it..
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Why would it be different than a standard Bravo / XR???
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I'd recommend the IM setup. Very nice pieces.
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Why would it be different than a standard Bravo / XR???
The top cap on the drive with the ITS is a little bit taller that the std bravo top cap.. There are some "cooling fins" in the cap, so the drive shower needs to fit over these. It's just a minor change from the std bravo XR
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www.driveshowers.com I believe is simrek.. good stuff there.
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Troutly,

How well do your IM's work? I just ordered some for ITS XR's.

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