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    Hey guys in trying to sell some dragster headers in the spam section but i have had a few questions that i can answer because i havent ever ran these headers, i dotn want anyone to buy them and not be able to use them. Can these be used on a gullwing tx19 without hiting the side of the boat i have seen a few of you guys that are running them can you post some pictures if you are. Just want some one to use them and not buy them and they have to just sit them aside or have to resell them because i dont know what im talking about on jets. I do know they will work on my canyon

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt wheeler View Post
    Hey guys in trying to sell some dragster headers in the spam section but i have had a few questions that i can answer because i havent ever ran these headers, i dotn want anyone to buy them and not be able to use them. Can these be used on a gullwing tx19 without hiting the side of the boat i have seen a few of you guys that are running them can you post some pictures if you are. Just want some one to use them and not buy them and they have to just sit them aside or have to resell them because i dont know what im talking about on jets. I do know they will work on my canyon


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    They will fit... Just put a set on my new Rouse 19'
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    Some of the TXs that have full setback pumps that are not running a Jet A Way will have a problem with the back of the boat! If you are running a Jet A Way with a half setback pump it is no problem! Half setback pump and no Jet A Way they maybe close but will work! Gunnels will clear with Edelbrock's and Borla's!


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    The boat pictured above was a standard set back where the transome splits the hand hole cover down the middle with no jet away and a std length drive line with no spacer, just for comparison.

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    Mine is the same with a Jet A Way and Brola's Not the best pics.
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    I will say that you need to make sure that the wiring to the starter is tucked in well! They get pertty warm in that back corner when ran dry!

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    I kinda like those Edelbrocks better than my Borlas.


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    The edelbrocks i have are are forsale in the spam parts section if you are interested

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    LOVE THE LOOK.......!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTHERED View Post
    They will fit... Just put a set on my new Rouse 19'
    is this boat still for sale?

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    Nope, sold....

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    Motor with headers is still available though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Dad View Post
    Nope, sold....
    do you have any more 19's

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTHERED View Post
    They will fit... Just put a set on my new Rouse 19'
    My next project is to move all my electronics under the back seat. My 7al2 box is only like an inch away from one of the primaries on the pass. side. I've got some aluminum plate to mount everything to, but not real sure I wanna put that heavy back seat back in anyway. Tryin to put her on a diet.


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