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    XSpower IC and RXP install post Pics, HELP.

    Guys I am in the process of fabbing up my Xspower IC and man this thing is HUGE. I would like to make it fit around my Exhaust.

    Please post your pictures and give your install tips.

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    What are the dim. of the IC?

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    XS power IC and Install post Pic,Help.

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ID:	4500I have found that the XS is to large to allow the stock exaust to be used even with 2.5" tubes. This is the bracket I fabbed up to mount it. Notice that it extends all of the way to the inside sponson mounting screws. It's extremely solid. I padded the plate to keep the vibration effect on the IC to a minimum. I used the same design on my RXT. Both have rear exaust.Hope this helps

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    [quote=rxprxtcurtI have found that the XS is to large to allow the stock exaust to be used even with 2.5" tubes. This is the bracket I fabbed up to mount it. Notice that it extends all of the way to the inside sponson mounting screws. It's extremely solid. I padded the plate to keep the vibration effect on the IC to a minimum. I used the same design on my RXT. Both have rear exaust.Hope this helps[/quote]

    WOW That is the best mount I have seen yet.
    I'm able to use my stock exhaust. Except I used a SS joiner instead of a flow thru. Also why do you have the SC to IC wrapped ? Wouldn't temperatures of that tube exceed the hull temps ?

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    XSpower IC and RXP install post Pics, HELP.

    Yes, the pipe from the SC to the IC is hotter. I was trying to keep the heat from that tube away from the other. Maybe it would be better to take the wrap off of the SC to IC and let the heat diffuse into the hull. Both pipes are aluminum. Opinions please.

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    All I can say is WOW. I`m hanging mine from the rear deck with aluminum angle. That deffinately looks like a solid sum bitch.

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    XSpower IC and RXP install post Pics, HELP.

    Thank You Sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxprxtcurt
    Yes, the pipe from the SC to the IC is hotter. I was trying to keep the heat from that tube away from the other. Maybe it would be better to take the wrap off of the SC to IC and let the heat diffuse into the hull. Both pipes are aluminum. Opinions please.
    You definately want to remove the wrap from the SC to IC plumbing and let the heat diffuse.

    Very nice mount by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxprxtcurt
    Yes, the pipe from the SC to the IC is hotter. I was trying to keep the heat from that tube away from the other. Maybe it would be better to take the wrap off of the SC to IC and let the heat diffuse into the hull. Both pipes are aluminum. Opinions please.
    I have my TB to IC wrapped and my SC to IC unwrapped.

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