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    EDIT: GTX free flow?

    is is possible to put a 2.5'' SS exhaust pipe in place of the resonator on a N/A GTX?

    was planing on getting a piece from a muffler shop and have them roll the ends and pick up some 4" pipe for the intake at the same time

    any input would be great.

    thanks


    EDIT: will this path of travel work? i would re-work the exit tube of coarse.

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    yes. very simple, inexpensive, and effective.

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    NICE!

    I have the free-flow pipe that Riva used to sell. Contact me via PM if you are interested..

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    i want to do the same thing on my ski but i jus need help lol im to scared to try it the it all goes horribley wrong i dont wanna end up at the bottom of the sea lol if u wouldnt mind could you show me some pics or tell me how to do it step by step i wuld be very great full
    thanks

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    If using an exhaust shop make damn sure its stainless and not aluma-coated steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee cutting View Post
    i want to do the same thing on my ski but i jus need help lol im to scared to try it the it all goes horribley wrong i dont wanna end up at the bottom of the sea lol if u wouldnt mind could you show me some pics or tell me how to do it step by step i wuld be very great full
    thanks
    I just had a muffler shop cut me a 10 inch piece of stainless tubing. I puller the resonator and put the pipe in place and high temp rtv sealed the stainless pipe into the rubber tubing. It has sat in the water for days at a time and been ran almost 10 hours and no problems at all

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    so that other box is the resonator?

    on the DIY posts about the removal, they are all plastic so i wasant sure if it was the same thing.

    and is there a reason i cant just use the tubing i already have? i dont see any need in buying SS pipe


    and if i angle the tube up a bit, it wont flood, rite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chemkexx View Post
    so that other box is the resonator?

    on the DIY posts about the removal, they are all plastic so i wasant sure if it was the same thing.

    and is there a reason i cant just use the tubing i already have? i dont see any need in buying SS pipe


    and if i angle the tube up a bit, it wont flood, rite?
    The free-flow pipe will be nearly horizontal. The OEM hose gose from the water box, up towards the seat, then back down to the free-flow pipe. This rise in the OEM hose (and J-pipe) will prevent leaking/flooding...along with secured clamps. --J

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