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  1. #181
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    Depending how long they take to send me a replacement, I may have to put the original plastic flapper exhaust pipe back on. Iím not losing weeks of summer waiting for this thing, especially with a 5 day weekend coming up.


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  2. #182
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoebox View Post
    Is that factory or aftermarket FAE?
    Not to knock FAE but the OEM surfpipe just seems way more refined & stout...



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  3. #183
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXSurf4 View Post
    I feel like that is crazy low hours for that kind of damage.

    I have a factory surf pipe and I wonder if the ďfinĒ like thing on it helps to neutralize some for the stress it sees where the flange weld is.




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    I thought the fin on the factory pipe was a step.........JK

    I do agree that the fin appears tipped to help counter the load on the mounting flange.

    Lol


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  4. #184
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    Maybe so. But I would expect it to be tilted forward to push the pipe down and the water drag pulls the pipe back, up and to port.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stazi View Post
    Maybe so. But I would expect it to be tilted forward to push the pipe down and the water drag pulls the pipe back, up and to port.


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    After further study of the factory fin..... I cannot see how it can apply a down force.

    Possibly it could dampen vibration/harmonic frequency to keep it from reaching natural frequency.


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  6. #186
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    Great pics.

  7. #187
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus371 View Post

    As good as it gets on Lake Houston for butter. Lol.


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    Maybe I won't be retiring to Lake Houston afterall...

    Quote Originally Posted by Stazi View Post
    It was taking water on like a sieve.


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    That's nothing. you should have seen how my boat took on water when one of my 3.5" exhaust flanges had the hose slip completely off. I had the bilge and 3 ballast drain pumps going simultaneously and they still couldn't keep up.
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  8. #188
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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    Maybe I won't be retiring to Lake Houston afterall...



    That's nothing. you should have seen how my boat took on water when one of my 3.5" exhaust flanges had the hose slip completely off. I had the bilge and 3 ballast drain pumps going simultaneously and they still couldn't keep up.
    Scary shit!


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  9. #189
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    Well it was a good and bad session Sunday, 8th time on a wakeboard and took a hard fall on the first set + tore the rotator cuff in my good shoulder. But got back up and landed my first few wake-to-wakes!

    Iíll be a full-time driver for a month or so but psyched to finish physical therapy+PRP shots and get back out there!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt0520 View Post
    Well it was a good and bad session Sunday, 8th time on a wakeboard and took a hard fall on the first set + tore the rotator cuff in my good shoulder. But got back up and landed my first few wake-to-wakes!

    Iíll be a full-time driver for a month or so but psyched to finish physical therapy+PRP shots and get back out there!




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    Whenever I even THINK Iím going to eat shit on a jump, I ditch the rope. NEVER try hold on to the rope to ride out a funky jump. You know when you hit the wake and start getting air, if itís going to be landable. Thatís how you hurt yourself.


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