Thread: Wanna make Louder II
03-09-2009, 12:09 PM #1
Wanna make Louder II
I would like a little noise too(RXT-X). My problem is I'm going to race the ski and need to keep it stock this year. I was wondering if any had any ideas maybe how I could run loud on rec. weekends and back to stock on race weekends? I wouldn't want to have to do a huge amount of changes each time. Maybe rig something in the hull and just switch back and forth when needed to.
03-09-2009, 01:00 PM #2
It is very difficult to make your exhaust louder In anyway without doing away with the resinator. And that is a hard job to get in and out. I know you have to remove the throttle body on a "P" this may be different on a "T". If you can get the resinator out easily on a "T" then you could run a freeflow most of the time and then put the resinator back in for racing. R88
03-09-2009, 01:05 PM #3
I'm running the freeflow now, going back to resinator box soon. That though didn't increase the sound much. I was thinking of a pipe that bypassed the waterbox and resinator. A connection point near the water box and just switch back and forth.
03-09-2009, 01:35 PM #4
Wel you could maybe make something that forced the exhaust out the back and block off the pipe to the resinator but i dont think the scrutiniers at race meetings would like it. It may come across as a mod to them. R88
03-10-2009, 10:34 AM #5
Someone let me know if it can be done? Can I run a straight pipe exhaust and have room to keep the stock exhaust componets in the hull. Can I use a rubber exhaust from the engine to the exhaust outlet?
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