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corvette8189
12-01-2017, 03:52 PM
I've become a dealer for FAE and I'm going to Start off with a sale. 20% OFF an FAE system. Options are unfortunately not on sale.

Below is the information for the 16/17/18 Moomba and Supra models.

A system for these boats is $520 (retail) for the brushed stainless finish, standard welds, and internal flapper FAE. Upgrading to the blended welds will be an additional $40. This is where they hand polish the outside welds for a more smooth, seamless look to the system. You also have the option of adding the cat-back system/baffle replacement to your boat as well, for an additional $20. (In regards to the Cat-back option: Many boats have a very restrictive muffler/baffle aft of the catalytic converter. The baffle restricts the exhaust diameter from 4Ē down to about 1-3/4Ē. Preliminary data suggests that removing the baffle improves engine performance. At this time we have only identified the baffle on the Indmar engine with a single exhaust outlet. If you have a different engine but are interested, look under the engine at the exhaust hose and see if there is a metal coupling tube in-line. Some boats (like Malibu and MB) have the baffle built into the exhaust outlet you removed when you installed your FAE.)
For the installation, you will need Boat Life and we recommend the use of Debond (for the outlet removal of the process). Both products are available through us, or can be purchased elsewhere. If you decide to purchase this kit through us, it is $60 and includes the Debond, Boat Life, and wooden shims. We are currently running an estimated 2 week turnaround (possibly sooner).

Pricing will be increasing Mid December so Order now.

If you have an older boat you can get the information/options on the website. Just go to you boat and follow the steps.
http://www.freshairexhaust.com/

Here are the options explained.
http://www.freshairexhaust.com/about-us/fae-options/

Message me to order
Please include year/model/options you want
Thanks Billy

corvette8189
12-01-2017, 04:01 PM
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corvette8189
12-03-2017, 11:30 AM
Get your orders in before prices increase.

xbrandloyal
12-03-2017, 05:10 PM
I would love to get this but my dealer has never installed. Anyone know a dealer with experience in MN? Iíll order if I can find someone, not a project I want to tackle


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mattsask
12-03-2017, 05:16 PM
I would love to get this but my dealer has never installed. Anyone know a dealer with experience in MN? Iíll order if I can find someone, not a project I want to tackle


Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkThere are instructions. It looks fairly easy to install with basic tools

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corvette8189
12-03-2017, 07:03 PM
I have instructions I can email to anyone interested. Just PM me your Email address

lsupcar
12-03-2017, 07:09 PM
The pics you posted are of your boat with an aftermarket fae installed?
Can you post pics of the inside the engine bay perspective of the install?
Thanks
Bill Z

lsupcar
12-03-2017, 07:19 PM
Also, your images show the drain plug support bracket in place. I thought with the through hull flange the support bracket was not necessary.
Also, looking at the rear pics of the fae! Is the fae only tack welded to the circular flange? All I can see is the top of the flange. On zooming that appears to be the case.
Thanks.
Bill Z

corvette8189
12-03-2017, 08:26 PM
No Pics are from FAE.
I'll see if they have any inside pics.

corvette8189
12-03-2017, 08:29 PM
I was told the new ones don't use the drain plug as support. These are older pics. Ill ask about the tack welds tomorrow as well when I call them.

RC_Hinojosa
12-04-2017, 10:57 AM
Can anyone comment on baffle removal and overall decibel level??

"Preliminary data suggests that removing the baffle improves engine performance."

I would imagine that removing the baffle would increase exhaust flow and likely increase decibel level....

I always was along the line of thought that not only was FAE better for rider health, it also quiets the boat down.

dakota4ce
12-04-2017, 12:01 PM
I was told the new ones don't use the drain plug as support. These are older pics. Ill ask about the tack welds tomorrow as well when I call them.

Must have just changed thatómine installed in August has a drain plug support.

People react strongly to it for some reason, while the reality is you really canít see it. Itís under platform and kind of obscured by the pipe itself. And, underwater...


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dakota4ce
12-04-2017, 12:03 PM
Overall boat is quieter. Exhausting under water quiets the boat, even with baffle removal.

My boat runs better without the baffleóSupra SE with 440 Raptor. Seems to surf 100+ rpm lower at same surf setup.


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Dtbradly
12-04-2017, 12:27 PM
did you have to drill into the hull? First time boat owner and the thought of me doing that is a little sketchy

dakota4ce
12-04-2017, 12:42 PM
Some holes are re-used. You do have to do a little drilling, but itís not intimidating. You seal it up as the new screw goes back in.



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Cactus371
12-04-2017, 11:02 PM
Whatís the latest we can order for the discount


2017 Supra SA 400

corvette8189
12-05-2017, 09:37 AM
What’s the latest we can order for the discount


2017 Supra SA 400

Ill run this sale till the 16th. FAE is also increasing prices around that time as well.

corvette8189
12-07-2017, 01:15 PM
Don't miss your chance before prices go up.

Fastest1
12-10-2017, 02:32 PM
Can anyone comment on baffle removal and overall decibel level??

"Preliminary data suggests that removing the baffle improves engine performance."

I would imagine that removing the baffle would increase exhaust flow and likely increase decibel level....

I always was along the line of thought that not only was FAE better for rider health, it also quiets the boat down.
I straight piped my Moomba with an FAE, it is very reasonable in tone. I would even say quiet, love it.

lsupcar
12-10-2017, 07:14 PM
I was told the new ones don't use the drain plug as support. These are older pics. Ill ask about the tack welds tomorrow as well when I call them.

Any response to my questions?
Thanks.

moombacraze
12-11-2017, 02:56 PM
Any response to my questions?
Thanks.

Iím interested in a response to this question also. Any updates?


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BigOrange
12-11-2017, 04:23 PM
So, I was talking with the OP about the baffle. If you buy the baffle from FAE, what does that gain you? Either A) you can't hook up the FAE to the OEM baffle and have to use the FAE one......or B) you can't hook up the FAE to OEM baffle and you can just omit it or use the FAE supplied one. If you gain a little HP without one and it doesn't make it louder it seems like a no brainer to save the money.

Can some one help me on what I'm missing?

corvette8189
12-11-2017, 05:48 PM
Any response to my questions?
Thanks.

Ive emailed FAE, Ill let you know what they say.

corvette8189
12-11-2017, 06:15 PM
Ive emailed FAE, Ill let you know what they say.

All welds are complete. Whats your email and ill send the instructions which have pics of the inside.
Thanks Billy

dakota4ce
12-11-2017, 06:31 PM
So, I was talking with the OP about the baffle. If you buy the baffle from FAE, what does that gain you? Either A) you can't hook up the FAE to the OEM baffle and have to use the FAE one......or B) you can't hook up the FAE to OEM baffle and you can just omit it or use the FAE supplied one. If you gain a little HP without one and it doesn't make it louder it seems like a no brainer to save the money.

Can some one help me on what I'm missing?

The baffle is a stock item. You will want to remove it. Itís inside a piece of 4Ē pipe which is just before your through-hull. And in my case, was damn near impossible to remove. So, you buy a piece of 4Ē pipe from FAE that doesnít have a baffle in it and replace the stock one that does.

Thatís all it is. If youíre able to cut the stock one out, you can save the money by not buying their piece of pipe. Mine was welded in like a MF so it was easier just to replace with new pipe.


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BigOrange
12-11-2017, 09:02 PM
The baffle is a stock item. You will want to remove it. Itís inside a piece of 4Ē pipe which is just before your through-hull. And in my case, was damn near impossible to remove. So, you buy a piece of 4Ē pipe from FAE that doesnít have a baffle in it and replace the stock one that does.

Thatís all it is. If youíre able to cut the stock one out, you can save the money by not buying their piece of pipe. Mine was welded in like a MF so it was easier just to replace with new pipe.


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So, if you buy an FAE without paying extra for the baffle, what are you getting? Something that is basically uninstallable?


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dakota4ce
12-11-2017, 09:08 PM
No. You can install it with the factory baffle undisturbed if you want to. But taking it out is a good idea and makes sense.


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dakota4ce
12-11-2017, 09:31 PM
The factory baffle is quite restrictive.


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BigOrange
12-11-2017, 09:43 PM
The factory baffle is quite restrictive.


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Thanks for the clarification!


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dakota4ce
12-11-2017, 09:51 PM
Thanks for the clarification!


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You bet! Let me know if you wonder more. I have purchased and installed FAE on 3 different of my own boats. Love the product.


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corvette8189
12-12-2017, 09:54 AM
I’m interested in a response to this question also. Any updates?


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From FAE
This is an older fabrication. We now weld on the outside and tack weld on the inside.

moombacraze
12-12-2017, 09:56 AM
From FAE
This is an older fabrication. We now weld on the outside and tack weld on the inside.

Thanks, Does it still use the drain plug bracket, or is it now just bolted to the exhaust flange?


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kaneboats
12-12-2017, 11:08 AM
Hey, Billy, you might consider sending a PM to everyone who posted interest in that other thread-- unless you've already heard from them. Not everyone is on here every day this time of year.

corvette8189
12-12-2017, 02:36 PM
Thanks, Does it still use the drain plug bracket, or is it now just bolted to the exhaust flange?


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just exhaust flange. No bracket anymore.

corvette8189
12-15-2017, 08:00 PM
Prices are going up last chance

corvette8189
12-20-2017, 07:26 PM
Sale is over but ill still offer $75 off any FAE system until the 1st of the year.

iwannagofast
01-05-2018, 08:01 PM
HOW DID I MISS THIS?!?! [emoji31]🤬


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corvette8189
01-06-2018, 10:43 PM
HOW DID I MISS THIS?!?! [emoji31]��


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Message sent.
Anybody else looking for one just send me a message ill hook you up the best i can.

moombacraze
02-06-2018, 02:40 PM
I finally got around to installing my FAE. This is on a 2016 Mojo. Turned out great!

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moombacraze
02-06-2018, 02:41 PM
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mattsask
02-06-2018, 02:51 PM
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Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkDamn, I can't believe I forgot to take advantage of this deal. Looks great! Are those the blended welds? Did you go with flapper or not? Is there no brace of any sort? The flange just bolts up and that's it?

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moombacraze
02-06-2018, 02:56 PM
Yes, they are the bended welds. It bolts thru the transom,so there is no other braces. It is a super clean install.


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moombacraze
02-06-2018, 02:56 PM
I did go with the flapper too!


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BigOrange
02-06-2018, 03:12 PM
Kurt, I just started this past Sunday on my install! (2016 Mojo as well). I'm at the point of trying to use the debond on the factory flange at transom and then remove the cat in the engine bay. Any tips for overall installation other than what's provided by FAE? Are you able to re-use any of the factory drilled holes for the mount? Also, I take it that you used the machine screws and nuts and not the wood screws?

corvette8189
02-06-2018, 03:15 PM
Damn, I can't believe I forgot to take advantage of this deal. Looks great! Are those the blended welds? Did you go with flapper or not? Is there no brace of any sort? The flange just bolts up and that's it?

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When your ready just send me a message.

Moombacraze- looks good, thanks for posting pics.

moombacraze
02-06-2018, 10:29 PM
Kurt, I just started this past Sunday on my install! (2016 Mojo as well). I'm at the point of trying to use the debond on the factory flange at transom and then remove the cat in the engine bay. Any tips for overall installation other than what's provided by FAE? Are you able to re-use any of the factory drilled holes for the mount? Also, I take it that you used the machine screws and nuts and not the wood screws?

The instructions that came with it were pretty spot on. I did have a little bit of a hard time getting the old flange off, but it finally broke loose. I used a hammer and stuck it inside the flange and used it to pry it loose. As for the baffle, I got the hose off of the flange at he back of the boat, then inside the boat I folded the hose (from the baffle to the flange that needs to be removed) and hooked a rope to the hose through the exhaust hole and my wife pulled the rope and I was in the boat wiggling free the hose. (I hope that makes sense!) Once I got that hose off I drilled a hole in the baffle and tied the rope to that and did the same thing with my wife pulling. I donít know if that will help, but thatís how I get them off.

You do not use the old holes from the flange, you have to drill new holes for the machine screws to go through. Thatís the easy part!!

Hopefully that helps you out. Good luck with the install!


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moombacraze
02-06-2018, 10:31 PM
When your ready just send me a message.

Moombacraze- looks good, thanks for posting pics.

Yeah, no worries! Thanks for the hook up!!


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BigOrange
02-07-2018, 11:50 AM
Thanks Man! I believe that does make sense. Just to check -- once the rubber hose was off the transom flange and then off the baffle pipe, you hooked baffle pipe to rope and pulled through the transom in order to translate it out/off to get rid of it?

moombacraze
02-07-2018, 11:56 AM
Yes, I drilled a hole in the baffle pipe and tied a rope to it, then had my wife pull the rope outside the boat until it came loose.


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