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    BLACK MAGIC HEADERS hydrojunkie's Avatar
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    Wow The First Pwc Muffler Exclusive Thru Black Magic

    I Am Pleased To Show The First Pwc 4stroke Muffler Only Availible Thru Black Magic. " And Jerrys Store" . Wow It Looks Sharp.

    Made From 304 L Stainless And Polished.

    I Was Told Again By Shawn At Gibson The Sound Will Vary Dependant On The Amount Of Water That Goes Thru The Inlet Side. This Is A Prototype And I Will Make All Necessary Changes And Modifications. As You Can See In The Muffler Water Becomes Pushed Thru The Inside Of The Exhaust Which Creates A Baffle For Noise Thus The More Water Injected The Quieter It Will Be. So Simply Put A Ball Valve Onto A Barbed Fitting "i Will Supply The Bung Part Of My Mod" To The Inlet And You Can Customize Your Exhaust.

    The Muffler Will Retail For $325 In The Online Store.

    I Will Do Exstensive Testing This Weekend With A Jpipe And Headers For Sound Comparisons on my conversion With A Db Meter.
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    hot item cant wait to hear the results what do u think the gain in HP and MPH will be if i install the black magic headers and exhuast and the mid pipe with the muffler

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    cool

    I like how we can adjust the amount of water and therefore adjust the noise level to our personal liking.

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    That looks really nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxl16 View Post
    cool

    I like how we can adjust the amount of water and therefore adjust the noise level to our personal liking.
    +1. it's like the open loop cooling adjustment on the go

    Quote Originally Posted by hydrojunkie View Post
    I Will Do Exstensive Testing This Weekend With A Jpipe And Headers For Sound Comparisons on my conversion With A Db Meter.
    And quite possibly headers in a RXP with Green box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    +1. it's like the open loop cooling adjustment on the go



    And quite possibly headers in a RXP with Green box.
    yea if you ont bitch out this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    +1. it's like the open loop cooling adjustment on the go



    And quite possibly headers in a RXP with Green box.
    Come on James, lets get this done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrojunkie View Post
    I Am Pleased To Show The First Pwc 4stroke Muffler Only Availible Thru Black Magic. " And Jerrys Store" . Wow It Looks Sharp.

    Made From 304 L Stainless And Polished.

    I Was Told Again By Shawn At Gibson The Sound Will Vary Dependant On The Amount Of Water That Goes Thru The Inlet Side. This Is A Prototype And I Will Make All Necessary Changes And Modifications. As You Can See In The Muffler Water Becomes Pushed Thru The Inside Of The Exhaust Which Creates A Baffle For Noise Thus The More Water Injected The Quieter It Will Be. So Simply Put A Ball Valve Onto A Barbed Fitting "i Will Supply The Bung Part Of My Mod" To The Inlet And You Can Customize Your Exhaust.

    The Muffler Will Retail For $325 In The Online Store.

    I Will Do Exstensive Testing This Weekend With A Jpipe And Headers For Sound Comparisons on my conversion With A Db Meter.
    Awesome work Jason!
    Its all starting to pay off.
    Can,t wait to see what kind of gains there are to be had.

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    Jason, you have really done a fine job with this project. The muffler looks fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Jason, you have really done a fine job with this project. The muffler looks fantastic
    thank you. like i said from day one. JUST AN AVERAGE JOE WITH A FEW IDEA'S, AND LOTS OF DETERMINATION.

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