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    Rear exhaust thru-hull (well sorta)

    I wanted to install a rear-directed exhaust, but not by cutting a new hole in her rear-end. This is what I came up with. Ceramic coated aluminum with a nut on the inside. Won't be cooking the pump any longer, but it will be louder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    I wanted to install a rear-directed exhaust, but not by cutting a new hole in her rear-end. This is what I came up with. Ceramic coated aluminum with a nut on the inside. Won't be cooking the pump any longer, but it will be louder
    And it won't be cooling the ride plate when running on a trailer or stand.

    Plus it won't work for us GTX guys out outlet is on the other side of the pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    And it won't be cooling the ride plate when running on a trailer or stand.
    Ummm... not sure I get it

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    i think he thinks it's a 4-tec

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    What kind of pump is that ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmicMS3 View Post
    i think he thinks it's a 4-tec
    Oops, I did think it was 4-tec

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    I did at first too I didn't relize I was in the 2-stroke section

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    That's what I thought you thought, but I thought I may have missed something

    Skat set-back titanium pump.

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    Ziggy, man that some nice work. How much to fab up two for my xpl's?

    Thanks, Tim ( TLR )

    PM me please, thanks

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    That is purty!

    How much for two for me too? Just to keep the pump area clean of exhaust residue would be worth it. I hate snatching a pump and then have black hands...

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