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    Instructions with Rotax power pipe?

    Got my pipe and dont have instructions. I was wondering if anyone could give me a how to or something. I have the rubber pipe off, Rotax pipe really doesnt want to fit.


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    Well the exhaust hose from the water box to the baffle needs to come out.

    The baffle needs to come out also. If you are gonna re use it to put back to stock latter you have to remove the VTS. If you don't care about it. Cut it out wit a Sawzaw.

    The power pipe replace's all of that with the pipe. Just cut pieces of hose off of the old exhaust hose you just removed for connecting the pipe to waterbox, If one was not supplied with the pipe, But I think they were. Also use all your old fasteners if needed...

    Hope this helps if not let us know...

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    Does a new silicone coupler come with the rotax power flow pipe?
    if not, cut 3" from the waterbox end of the stock rubber hose and use that!...PR...

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    Yes the rubber connector hose is supplied. So I connect the pipe to the waterbox with the rubber connector? I'm lost the rest of the way...it would have been nice to have detailed instructions...

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    The other end goes in the rubber hose that the end of the baffle came out of.. And use that clamp... That is it.. Very easy...

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    smear some red high temp silicone around the end of the pipe about an inch from the end, and work it in the elbow outlet hose and clamp...PR...

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    So on each end the pipe should be mounted with the rubber hose?

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    and I dont get the baffle thing. I would probably understand if I saw some pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddy57
    and I dont get the baffle thing. I would probably understand if I saw some pics.
    Ok, here is a pic of the baffle. Now I have a GTX so I don`t have the short hose after the baffle, but you do. So you remove this baffle, and the power flow pipe goes between the waterbox and the short hose/exhaust oputlet, with the original clamp that was there before. This is the place I suggested using red high temp silicone at. To remove baffle you will need to remove VTS, which requires a special tool, so if you will not be re-installing the baffle later on, just cut it between the plastic round tube and baffle body, remove the M10 bolt, and worm it out of there. Hope this is helpful...PR...
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    The baffle is the resonator.

    Remove the resonator and then install the power flow pipe between the waterbox and the exhaust outlet.

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