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    Custom rear exit exhaust for 2010 fx sho?

    Riva no longer sells their rear exhaust kit but I was wondering if anyone has done a custom rear exit?


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    I did it on a 2008 using a tip from jet draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superair View Post
    I did it on a 2008 using a tip from jet draft.
    thanks! I found this http://www.jetskiplus.com/servlet/th...ng-Thru/Detail which I am assuming is what you have but what about piping?

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    I will try and find my parts list and get it to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by superair View Post
    I will try and find my parts list and get it to you
    awesome! thank you. I will probably end up doing a DIY while i'm at it

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    Here are some more rear outlets if anyone is interested. http://www.performancewatercraft.com...t-outlets.html

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    here you go:
    (1) JD tip
    (1) 3" 30deg elbow silicone
    (1) 3" Stainless Joiner
    (1) 3" 60deg elbow silicone
    (1) 3" 130deg aluminum elbow
    (1) 3.25" to 3" 45deg reducer coupler silicone (from water box 3.25" side to 130deg adapter)
    (2) 3.25" T bolt clamp (one on tip end) You will have to heat the 3" coupler to make it slid over JD's tip
    (4) 3" T bolt clamp

    All parts are listed in order from tip to waterbox. I am trying to get a mandrel shop to bend me a stainless pipe to replace all the couplers now but have not had time to work on this project. Instead of the 130deg pipe and the 45deg adapter I most likely could have used a 180deg bent pipe and a straight 3.25" to 3" coupler.

    Hope this helps,

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by superair View Post
    here you go:
    (1) JD tip
    (1) 3" 30deg elbow silicone
    (1) 3" Stainless Joiner
    (1) 3" 60deg elbow silicone
    (1) 3" 130deg aluminum elbow
    (1) 3.25" to 3" 45deg reducer coupler silicone (from water box 3.25" side to 130deg adapter)
    (2) 3.25" T bolt clamp (one on tip end) You will have to heat the 3" coupler to make it slid over JD's tip
    (4) 3" T bolt clamp

    All parts are listed in order from tip to waterbox. I am trying to get a mandrel shop to bend me a stainless pipe to replace all the couplers now but have not had time to work on this project. Instead of the 130deg pipe and the 45deg adapter I most likely could have used a 180deg bent pipe and a straight 3.25" to 3" coupler.

    Hope this helps,

    Matt

    you rock

    Im gonna poke my head in the hull and look around. Ill see if I can minimize some of the couplers. Really appreciate it bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by superair View Post
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    thanks for the pictures. How did you seal the old exhaust exit?

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