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Old 22-08-2015, 12:38   #16
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Re: Angled Transom Exhaust Fitting?

Originally Posted by Delancey View Post
Apparently you've never been boarded.
Not sure what you mean, by the coast guard?
A loop or a high spot in the exhaust before it goes ovbd usually does the trick. I have seen some scary waves come from astern but they always seem to just lift the stern up. So you are right, it's a boat difference.

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