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Old 06-27-2010, 11:10 AM   #1
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Gen-turi Hookup To Curved Gen Exhaust?

I was going to order a Gen-turi today, but after looking at the exhaust on my Onan 7.5 quiet diesel, the chrome exhaust pipe slopes downward on the end. Is there some sort of retro-fit that I have to purchase or will the Gen-turi work as is?

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Old 06-27-2010, 11:19 AM   #2
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You can replace the curved exhaust pipe tip with a straight one that will work with the Genturi.

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You can replace the curved exhaust pipe tip with a straight one that will work with the Genturi.
Thanks Bob, I hadn't even looked at it underneath until I went out to check a while ago to see how much of an extension I might need and found out that the tip is nothing more than a chrome extension cover, so it looks like all I have to do is remove it to hook up the Gen-turi.
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