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Old 11-17-2008
davidmbrady
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Stephen,

Sorry I didn't have time to call last night.

The 90 deg turn out at the top is probably sufficient for 95% of driving rain (torrential) conditions. Now we need to address condensation. I'm certain that the drain hole at the bottom of my stock muffler is there primarily for condensation (and secondarily, to catch some of that last 5%). Sitting in a campground in a humid environment is bound to create daily condensation situation (assuming temp swings are sufficient to pass thru the dew point). I still don't want those acids heading towards the turbo. How 'bout a sump and drain nipple?

David Brady
'02 LXi, NC
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