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Cyclone 03-01-2019 08:11 PM

Exhaust deflector
 
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Greeting. Pull my BayLiner 4087 today and was placed beside a 3587. I took note of the exhaust cup. Anyone know a source. ThanksAttachment 85971

Comodave 03-01-2019 08:28 PM

I googled “fiberglass clamshell vent cover”. While it didn’t come up with any fiberglass ones, it did find some plastic and PVC ones.

O C Diver 03-01-2019 09:18 PM

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This one is fiberglass and probably out of your price range. It covers my 4" dryer exhaust. Custom made by Sean my glass and paint guy, out of a piece of 5" fiberglass exhaust pipe and a little bit of labor. :rolleyes: Sometimes it's better not knowing what something cost to fabricate, but it sure looks sharp! :thumb:

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Cyclone 03-03-2019 11:05 PM

Thanks all for the reply. Met the owner of the 3587 and found out that the boat was gas propelled. It appears that BayLiner equipped gas fueled vessels with this device. They offered the diesel boats a option of a 6” dia straight outlet. I found a bronze exhaust vent at 7” size the source being NZ. The one on the 3587 is 8.5” x9.25 with a 7.5” mouth with a 5” ID and 5.5” OD However this device will reduce the station wagon affect by forcing the exhaust flow into the chine stream.


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