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Old 08-15-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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15 dollar genturi

Here is my weekend project. I like to stay at a park that has no power with close neighbors and needed vent the exhaust up
The parts
1 1.5 90 deg
1 1.5 15in extension
1 1.5 to 2.25 adapter
2 6ft fishing rod tubes





It works quite well almost cool to the touch and even cold where the plastic is riveted to the steel after an hour. The rod tubes came from a garage sale for a buck each and it puts me about two feet above the camper. less than 15 bucks and 2 hours to get it to work and assembly
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Cool! I like the price too...
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Old 08-15-2010, 08:42 PM   #3
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Looks neat and simple enough - what was your main goal - exhaust smell reduction, noise reduction, ???

How would you rate result, whatever your goal?

Our 4KW Onan produces all the usual sounds and smells - but we don't use it often, and I'm not real sure how much of that noise is actually exhaust, or mechanical - in which case, all the extra pipe in the world won't help...

Great idea - and nice job!
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I was in it for the exhaust gases witch it removes very well. I don't like to gas out the neighbors. As for the sound nope nada just as loud maybe more in that long tube (lower rumble) but it wasn't that bad to start with still overpowered by the fan noise
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