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    TTT, going to be doing this next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    Remove the two top pipe mounts at the head
    Remove the lower pipe mount rear of engine
    Loosen the top black rubber boot clamps and slide it forward
    Loosen the clamps on the grey exhaust sleeve underneath the black boot
    Loosen the clamp on the black boot rear of the pipe.
    Loosen the clamp and remove the water line from the top rear of the pipe
    Unplug the Cat temp sensor wiring plug on the side of the CDI box
    Unplug the Water temp sensor wiring plug on the side of the CDI box
    From the left side of the boat, grab the pipe at the top rear and pull/pivot the pipe towards you.
    The front should come out first and lift up and out of the way
    that took me 1hour 15mins

    last time im using threadlock/loctite... ill stick to antiseize and having them properly torqued

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    This seems like an enormous pain in the a**. Damn I really wanna install this filter too!


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