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    My boat is a 79' 18ft Baja with 403 and Berkley JE. This is my first boat and my question is concerning the Barr marine logs and risers. The exhaust exits the transom very low, well bellow the water line, and even though I have flappers I'm concerned with water entering the logs. With the boat fully loaded, the waterline is almost at the top of the riser. Do you guys think an internal flapper like the ones Rex Marine offers would be tight enough to fix my problem. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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    Internal flapper or any flapper will just slow the inward flow. Just sitting, the water will reach its equal parallel.
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    If it hasn't been a problem since the boat was built in 79 what has changed to make it a problem now?

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    Thanks for the replies....I'll have pics later today.

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    I bought a set of EDDIE MARINES exhaust tips w/ internal flappers and they work awesome

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