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Mufflers/exhausts

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Re: Mufflers/exhausts

Postby quickdecision » May 6th, 2018, 8:42 am

Here's what I have found so far, These are 4" 1n/out connections. P/N 15800088 this is the vertical. The inline 1500098 12" dia X 22' long. I have started to locate both new and used are available.


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Re: Mufflers/exhausts

Postby Viper » May 6th, 2018, 10:59 am

I assume you mean the 1500088. Let me know which one you manage to fit in there. They are both lift mufflers and while the base mounted unit is a no-brainer in terms of mounting on a horizontal surface, I'm pretty sure the the in-line unit needs to be level which may be a challenge the way the exhaust is configured. You may want to consult with Centek first. If it can be mounted on an angle, it would fit in mine.
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Re: Mufflers/exhausts

Postby rybad » June 21st, 2018, 12:04 pm

I'm very curious on this topic. I have a 1987 Mariner 3297. She is very loud in the marina.. underway its not bad, but I hate to be the first one to fire up in the morning cuase she is soooo loud. I was contimplating putting a down-pipe so it at least goes under the water, but I dont know enough about back pressure and other things that need to be considered and I dont want to screw something up. I do have these "mufflers" inside the bildge. That are black rubber things that connect to the 4" house to the through hull fitting. But that are so small I cant imagine them helping much (but maybe they do)

Anyway, if someone has found a way to quiet these down, I would love to hear about it. Although, I dont want to sacrafice too much economy just to be quieter, but if its minimal, I'm good.

I have Crusader 270's.

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