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    Getting ready to drill thru hull for exhaust.

    Does this look right to you all? Using Rivas cut out there's still about an inch gap from the top of the template to the underside of the Bond flange. Just making sure before I drill


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    Forgot the pic
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    looks good to me, i believe i was able to use a 2-5/8" hole saw instead of the 2-3/4" which was very large for the hole needed i thought

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    I went ahead and drilled it, everything came out good. Rivas instructions call for a 2 7/8" but I used a 2 3/4" hole saw, fits really snug and used a 1/4" bit for the bolt holes.

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    I used the 2 7/8" with no issues but the 3/4" is prob better so you get a REALLY tight fit. I think the thru hull is my favorite upgrade so far. Sounds bad a$$

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    I know I'm missing a bolt I'm waiting for it in the mail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    I used the 2 7/8" with no issues but the 3/4" is prob better so you get a REALLY tight fit. I think the thru hull is my favorite upgrade so far. Sounds bad a$$
    Hell yeah i can't wait to ride this weekend. gonna have to go with shoes on tho bc i took my mats off and my hydroturf isn't supposed to be here till monday.. oh well might be a little slippery

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhill19 View Post
    I know I'm missing a bolt I'm waiting for it in the mail.
    Yeah yeah yeah.....

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    looks good bro can't wait to install mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryck80 View Post
    looks good bro can't wait to install mine
    When you remove your OPAS, retail the bolts as they are what you use. How soon are you out on installing the Rear Exhaust...

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