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    Good Evening,

    I recently acquired a 1996 Scarab 22, 454 7.4L, EFI, very clean. One problem is the boat has a muffler/canister setup that my wife's BMW is louder than this thing when it gets warmed up. Way to quiet for my liking!


    With that being said, what is everyones thoughts, on spending about 450.00 deleting this muffler/canisters, and running HIGH-TEMP Trident Marine 4" exhaust hose to a nice set of marine exhaust tips out the back with flappers in a new location directly from my current Mercruiser Manifold/Risers?

    Am I going to be messing with any computer issues or will the boat simply just be louder?

    Thanks and look forward to everyone's thoughts and answers.
    Mike

    NOTE: The yellow lines are where I would run the 4" hose out.
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    What you're wanting to do is very doable. Computer should be fine. Plenty of info and kits out there.



    Image above from: Mercruiser Exhaust Systems and Accessories | Performance Product Technologies

    This is another 22 Scarab

    Last edited by Budweiser; 05-13-2013 at 09:27 AM.

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