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Old 16-07-2016, 04:37   #16
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Re: Do I need a dry riser on my exhaust?


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Re: Do I need a dry riser on my exhaust?

Those diagrams are perfect. Thanks for that. Apparently I would be fine to remove the dry riser. As I said my previous engine never had water in it.

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