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    GTX SC Rear Exhaust Question???


    Ok so i want to do a rear exhaust with riva waterbox on my 04 GTX SC but was wondering how do you prevent the water from rushing into you engine if you have no loop or baffle box to keep the water from rushing in when you stop real fast or kill you engine in the water???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drummer0314 View Post

    Ok so i want to do a rear exhaust with riva waterbox on my 04 GTX SC but was wondering how do you prevent the water from rushing into you engine if you have no loop or baffle box to keep the water from rushing in when you stop real fast or kill you engine in the water???
    Riva box has raised pipe after water box to thru hull. THen you have a jpipe that prevents water going from water box to exhaust manifold.

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    yea but what happens when you stop really fast the water comes rushing in and then the waterbox fils up???

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    THe only time ive seen a water box even semi take on water is when engine is killed and getting alot of boat wake or waves into the back of ski and it takes along time.
    If engine is running and you stop real fast it want matter with exhaust pressure. IF you talking about docking your ski and shutting off engine then you want be going fast enough to matter.
    And i know you dont want to pull your dess at wot unless throtle is stuck.
    IF you decide to pull dess at wot be sure to hang on tight.

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    hahaha ok now its making sense just you know cant really afford to throw a rod or two..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drummer0314 View Post
    hahaha ok now its making sense just you know cant really afford to throw a rod or two..lol
    ...or SC

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    yea right lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drummer0314 View Post
    yea right lol

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    but seriousl what are the odds of water rushing my engine lol

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