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    Question Quick question... 2000 Seadoo GTX DI

    I would like to install a "Hi-flow" Exhaust on my 2000 GTX DI (951) removing the RESONATOR & MUFFLER RESONATOR (Why is there two?). Giving my ski a small weight reduction, better exhaust flow and a better exhaust note. Is there any reason i should not do this?
    Last edited by MILIMITED00; 04-03-2011 at 01:08 PM.


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    I have the same engine as you the 951, and I wouldnt do it because for the 2 strokes exhaust is everything. If you take the exhaust off and make it free flow ur not gonna have hardly any power.

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    The expansion chamber, waterbox, the water injection points (one on the box and one located 1inch from the exit on the hull) would not be touched. All the process will do is remove the resonators and continue the 3inch pipe that comes out of the waterbox through to the exit on the hull.

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