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Old 08-05-2018, 07:17 AM   #1
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Chrome genny exhaust tip and Genturi install

Has anyone installed a Genturi exhaust stack on a coach with a chrome generator exhaust tip? I do not have such a tip on my Ventana. Do these tips come off easily to allow for the installation? The kit comes with parts to install on a straight tip and not a chrome tip. Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-05-2018, 07:22 AM   #2
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Has anyone installed a Genturi exhaust stack on a coach with a chrome generator exhaust tip? I do not have such a tip on my Ventana. Do these tips come off easily to allow for the installation? The kit comes with parts to install on a straight tip and not a chrome tip. Thanks in advance.
We had to cut off an inch of the exhaust tip as it was flanged inward and would not accept the Genturi.
SawsAll did it.
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I have a Chrome tip on mine and use it all the time at the Races. I simply drilled a hole and use a nail to hold it in place. The thing you need to be careful with is dead weight on the Genny exhaust pipe.
I used an Aluminum dual suction cup and affix to the side of the coach.
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I remove my chrome tip then install the Genturi adapter. I have thought about and looked for a new chrome tip that I could place in the Genturi adapter but no luck yet. With the few times we use it, not that big a deal to swap the end.
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I took my chrome tip off for using the Genturi and left it off. Most people don't notice - only you.
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I installed the Genturi Tip and then took a chrome tip that fit over it, notched it and made it slip and twist lock on.

I installed the Genturi and then welded a short bolt at the back at the back of the Genturi. I used a Dremel to cut an "L" shaped notch in the end of the chrome tip that slides over the bolt and twists.
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I remove my chrome tip then install the Genturi adapter. With the few times we use it, not that big a deal to swap the end.
Same for me. Its easy to make the swap.
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