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    What purpose do the hex head plugs on the sides and bottom perform?
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    I'm not real sure, but I think they are nothing more than a way to get the sand out of the casting, or an access hole for some sort of machining/welding.... They all have them, and I've never seen one removed...
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    Well then, sounds like a good hiding spot for stuff Thank you Ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    Well then, sounds like a good hiding spot for stuff Thank you Ray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    Well then, sounds like a good hiding spot for stuff Thank you Ray.
    Not really, remembrer the cavity behind the hex is filled with water and the inside is one very hot pipe. If you restrict the flow the entire exhaust will get very hot and things will start to melt or catch fire.
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    Default Hiding spot??

    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    Well then, sounds like a good hiding spot for stuff Thank you Ray.
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    Not really, remember the cavity behind the hex is filled with water and the inside is one very hot pipe. If you restrict the flow the entire exhaust will get very hot and things will start to melt or catch fire.
    Gee, if you have a big wad of money you need to hide, I can hook you up with a much better place. Just send it to me, I'll make sure it doesn't catch fire....Or get wet..... And if you're not sure how much you send, just ask me, I'll be glad to count it for you....

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