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    Stock Exhaust Block-off

    What is everyone using to block off the stock exhaust hole when going to a rear exhaust?? I dont want some rubber plug and was thinking I would lay some fiberglass on the inside of the hull and then use a gel coat kit to color the outside to match OR find a aluminum piece and screw it over the hole on the outside. Any thoughts!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pwgsx View Post
    What is everyone using to block off the stock exhaust hole when going to a rear exhaust?? I dont want some rubber plug and was thinking I would lay some fiberglass on the inside of the hull and then use a gel coat kit to color the outside to match OR find a aluminum piece and screw it over the hole on the outside. Any thoughts!!!
    Thats too much work bro... it would be different if you could really see it! Riva and several others have a stock exhaust block off plug that works great!!!

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    All rear exhaust setups, even just the tips, come with a plastic insert that replaces the whole setup...Just unscrew the old stuff, pull out the elbow, insert the plug, and screw the nut on...SIMPLE

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    Here's a pic of the riva block off.
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    only problem is i bought all the stuff from different people but cant find anyone selling the plug and I need to get on the water soon.

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    You can try calling Riva and see if they can sell you a block off seperatly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    You can try calling Riva and see if they can sell you a block off seperatly...
    +1 Talk to Bubba... he will hook you up!

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    got a free piece of aluminum sheet and will cut a block plate and post pics.

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    So I know this is overkill and not the right way to glass in a hole but I figure with this on the inside and the hole glassed up and a plate on the outside with sealant it will be good and wont leak. I still need to find a table sander to make the plate even all the way around ( the dremel did its best) but you get the idea
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    wow that looks like a lot of extra work over the plug that riva supplies

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