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Old 10-23-2019, 08:38 PM   #1
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For those of you with 6BT 210’s,
what size wet exhaust do you have??
I just installed a new recon and getting ready to install a exhaust system
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Old 10-23-2019, 09:59 PM   #2
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I don’t know since I have Lehmans but make sure you do the exhaust exactly per specifications or you may void the reman warranty if you got them from Cummins. Nice engine! You might try Tony Athens in CA. He is very knowledgeable on them.
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For those of you with 6BT 210’s,
what size wet exhaust do you have??
I just installed a new recon and getting ready to install a exhaust system
5" to the water lift muffler, 6" out to the tailpipe. 180HP
But why ask? Design yours for YOUR application.
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For those of you with 6BT 210’s,
what size wet exhaust do you have??
I just installed a new recon and getting ready to install a exhaust system
Mine are 5” all the way.
They are sure proud of those mixing elbows!

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Mine had 5”
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Mine is 5" to the waterlift muffler--6" from there to transom.
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All kinds of info on Cummins exhaust tight here. Scroll down a little on the left of the page. I'll be running a 5 inch dry stack.


https://www.sbmar.com/tonys-tips/
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