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    SHO R&D Exhaust Kit Help.....

    I've searched the site but haven't come up with anything on the kit? Has anyone out there bought it??

    I have and I'm totally lost as to how or where it goes. I have the muffler sys. disassembled, and i just don't see it.

    I take it the elbow is the only part of the kit as it looks in the pictures on 4-tec and R&D sites.

    Greatly appreciate any help. Hope everybody is having a good Thanksgiving.


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    Here's a thread on Riva's...I'm sure it's nearly the same thing.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ight=free+flow

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    Thank you. I looked there first because Riva does provide good instructions.

    However this so called Kit from R&D is just basically an elbow and does not have the length to it that the Riva one does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOPGPR00 View Post
    Thank you. I looked there first because Riva does provide good instructions.

    However this so called Kit from R&D is just basically an elbow and does not have the length to it that the Riva one does.
    maybe you have to cut & use some of the stock hose like we have to on the GPR with the 1200 free flow.

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    ahh. I remember doing that one to my old one. I haven't looked at it from that approach.

    I'm surprised though more SHO owners haven't tried this kit. I'll be the test dummy on this one.

    I just want to get it back in the water.

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    I had the Riiva kit as well, but on the R&D kit it looks like the pipe that leads to the hole in the hull would attached to this, then the pipe R&D provides attaches to the waterbox.

    Difference would be that the OEM pipe used is cut for the Riva kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOPGPR00 View Post
    ahh. I remember doing that one to my old one. I haven't looked at it from that approach.

    I'm surprised though more SHO owners haven't tried this kit. I'll be the test dummy on this one.

    I just want to get it back in the water.
    Any updates, did you get it installed?

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    Got the instructions last night from [email protected] via Jerry. You'd think they'd get the hint about placing instructions with thier products.


    Hoping to tackle it this weekend, however seeing how the instructions talking about dis-assembly alot of the back; I might wait and grab Riva's new plate before I test it.

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