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    PWCToday Newbie CaliKawiX2's Avatar
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    Kawasaki x2 exhaust outlet relocation

    Since the wet pipe is in there is no way using the stock exit. I'm using a 2 inch tdr box and I'd like for it to run straight out of the hull on the front left. Almost like a b1 exhaust or something. Any ideas?

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    Re: Kawasaki x2 exhaust outlet relocation


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    PWCToday Newbie CaliKawiX2's Avatar
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    Re: Kawasaki x2 exhaust outlet relocation

    Quote Originally Posted by 2strokesmoke View Post
    Yes where did you get that

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    Resident Guru 2strokesmoke's Avatar
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    Re: Kawasaki x2 exhaust outlet relocation

    I posted on the thread originally. Found the thread again through Google search.

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    I dream skis Bob Gruen's Avatar
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    Re: Kawasaki x2 exhaust outlet relocation

    You can look at my build thread and the "Blaster Pipe Basics" thread for details on my X2. Garrcass made a handful of 2" "Johnny X2" style exhaust hull fittings. It works pretty good, but I think he sold all of them.

    If I had to do it again I think I'd use the OEM rubber outer fitting and make a new inner fitting. The hole in the OEM outer can be carefully ground to accommodate a 2" pipe. Get a 2" 90 degree stainless, seamless elbow and the legs will be long enough to use the scrap for the inner fitting. Offset your TDR like I did and use the elbow to smooth out the exhaust flow from the expansion chamber. Get matching grade stainless plate, drill it, fit the 2" tube, mock it all up in your ski, and have it tack welded in place. Dissemble and have it finished welded. If you are planning on doing Tubbies, you should do all of it at the same time (and the outer OEM rubber probably wont work).

    Good luck, and post pictures...

    Bob

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