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Note Tuesday September 15, 2015 13:47 View thread in raw text format
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I have a pair of 1987 6cylinder Isuzu 6BDT1, They have about 2300 hours on them. They are running in the marine environment. I am wondering if removing and cleaning the exhaust elbows would be recommended or let them alone? Any ideas on boosting horsepower from 205 to around 250HP?
I have owned these for 3 years, seem like great engines.

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