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Swapping Exhaust tubes

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 11:22 am
by Still trying
I have a 100 century exhaust tube that is banged around and want to replace it with a spare from what I have been told is a 102 exhaust tube that may polish up ok. The 100 tube has 2 holes drilled in it and the 102 tube none. Would the water passage fitting on the 102 tube be enough/ or to much venting for the exhaust or should I just plug it and drill 2 similar sized holes like on the 100 century tube? Some may think this is a silly question but I hate doing things twice then find out I stuffed up both times. :P
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Re: Swapping Exhaust tubes

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 6:49 pm
by headdownarseup
You might find you only need to fill 1 hole in the 100 tube. Enlarge the lower hole so you can fit the 102 water pipe, and what's left you fill.
Measure twice drill once.


Re: Swapping Exhaust tubes

Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 8:07 am
by Rob Ripley
Not talking about the overflow hole in the drive tube ?