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    2000 virage tx exhaust pipe

    Hey guys, I took my ski out to the jettis off Calabash N.C. Sunday and as I was nearly there I noticed a significant decrease in power and a
    but-load of water being bilged out. Now my first thought was a hose had come loose causing an exhaust leak and would explain the intake of water
    (easy fix but not the problem) . Then started thinking maybe the seal had gone on the shaft again. So I slid the ski back in the water to look for the flow that was sure to come from the shaft. (no water) So... back to looking in the hull again for the problem and to my horror I find a huge crack in the exhaust pipe. Now I feel like I have a major problem with the pipe gone cause I have no idea where to find another one or an aftermarket pipe that will fit . I could sure use some advice or direction from someone here.

    T-dub


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    Have you tried to see if you can have it welded?

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    Is this a stock engine and exhaust?

    Parts diagrams can be found here.

    Some parts sources are listed here

    Click below for the service manual and other useful links

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    It's the stock pipe. The only mods I have are flame arrestors, water box, pump wedge, v-force reed cage and reeds, and I modified those plastic sound baffles on the sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknox View Post
    It's the stock pipe.

    The only mods I have are flame arrestors, water box, pump wedge, v-force reed cage and reeds, and I modified those plastic sound baffles on the sides.
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    John Zigler is a good palce to start and there's a couple on ebay right now.

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    O.K will try that. Here's another question...... do ya know of an easy way to get to that bolt on top that's covered by the hull?
    I preciate the quick responses

    T-dub

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    swivel socket

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