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Old 03-08-2012, 08:19 PM   #1
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Gen-turi hookups

Has any one had issues with the Gen-turi hookup on a FR Georgetown? With the downward facing generator exhaust pipe what are the best options for a vertical installation? Does anyone make an adaptor, etc?

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Get a short piece of flex pipe to slip onto the generator exhaust and replace the 90* fitting on the Genturi with it. Good luck, stay safe and keep us posted.

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Old 03-09-2012, 06:58 AM   #3
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Most folks remove the downward facing exhaust... Many are held on with set-screws. If welded, it's hack saw time.
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If it is a downward facing TIP. see above reply.

If it actually a downward facing PIPE. contact Muffler Man or some such and hav'em bend you a fix-it pipe. which you can put on the Gen-turi, then you mount the adapter on teh downward facing pipe, and slide the Gen-turi UP into it. pin it and strap it and enjoy it.
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Sounds like maybe a trip to Midas is in order.
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