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Old 08-26-2007, 07:59 PM   #1
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I installed a Genturi exhaust pipe today. I didn't want to lose the look of the chrome exhaust tip, so I installed the Genturi exhaust tip and then found a chrome tip that fit over the Genturi pipe end. I used the same hole that Genturi uses with the pin to pin the chrome tip on.

I had nothing to support the pipe and did not want to install Genturi's metal brackets on the outside of the coach (yuk). I have the fuse panel and electronics bay door where the pipe mounts, so I made a removable bracket that slips in the through the joint between the electronics bay door and fuel bay door (about a 3/8" gap).

I made the bracket from an 1/8" thick wooden gate hinge. I cut one end so that it had two dog ears on it and made a small bracket that the dog ears dropped into. I mounted the bracket at the top right edge of the bay when the door was open. The hinge clears the door as it closes. I added a 14" x 2" piece of steel to the hinge that supports the pipe.

Everything removes in a matter of minutes.

Just thought some others might be interested.
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Old 08-26-2007, 07:59 PM   #2
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I installed a Genturi exhaust pipe today. I didn't want to lose the look of the chrome exhaust tip, so I installed the Genturi exhaust tip and then found a chrome tip that fit over the Genturi pipe end. I used the same hole that Genturi uses with the pin to pin the chrome tip on.

I had nothing to support the pipe and did not want to install Genturi's metal brackets on the outside of the coach (yuk). I have the fuse panel and electronics bay door where the pipe mounts, so I made a removable bracket that slips in the through the joint between the electronics bay door and fuel bay door (about a 3/8" gap).

I made the bracket from an 1/8" thick wooden gate hinge. I cut one end so that it had two dog ears on it and made a small bracket that the dog ears dropped into. I mounted the bracket at the top right edge of the bay when the door was open. The hinge clears the door as it closes. I added a 14" x 2" piece of steel to the hinge that supports the pipe.

Everything removes in a matter of minutes.

Just thought some others might be interested.
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Old 08-26-2007, 08:16 PM   #3
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Pictures..my dear...pictures!!



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Old 08-26-2007, 08:21 PM   #4
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I'll take some pictures if you post them. That's one thing that makes me crazy.
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email them to me.... I will post them!
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