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Malibu Wakesetter 23 LSV
Intense
By Intense, 04/16/2013
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  • 3 comments
  • Color Off-white and creamsicle orange
  • Price 0.00
  • Year 2004
  • Odometer 1468
  • Odometer Unit Hours
  • Description --
  • Ownership Status Own - Purchased Used
  • Length 23
  • Engine 380 Hammerhead
  • Engine Horsepower 400
  • Propeller Acme 537?
  • Hull Type Wake
  • Interior Options Depth Finder Module
    Speed Control
  • Heating Options Heater - 3 outlet
  • Exhaust & Soundproofing Options Exhaust - Turndown
    Silent Ride Muffler(s)
  • Cover Options Custom Towing Cover
    Mooring Cover
  • Electrical & Lighting Options Multiple Batteries
    Perko / Battery Isolator Switch
    Onboard Charging System
    Docking Lights
    Popup Bow Light
    LED Lighting - Interior
  • Wake Shaping & Ballast Options: Wedge Complete - Fixed ('06 & earlier)
    Ballast - MLS Bow
    Ballast - MLS Center
    Ballast - MLS Rear
    Ballast - Auxiliary
  • Other Options Swim Platform - Fiberglass
    Flush Kit / Flush Pro
    Pull Up Cleats

Comments

I think you and I have the same boat. I'm curious about adding on the Turndowns on my exhaust. What do you think about them? Did you install them yourself?

Can you send me pics?

Thanks

Jason

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Hey Jason,

It appears we do have the same boat.

I think the turndowns are worth it, if you can get them cheap. I picked them up from another member. I'm pretty sure you could go straight to the mfg and get them for way less than Malibu sells them for.

It did help cut down on the noise and exhaust odor, marginally.

I got them because we are/were surfing a lot.

I did install them myself. I will say, if you decide to install them yourself, there are clamps holding the flappers inside the boat. By the transom. It seems obvious now, but I had so much trouble getting the old flappers off until I realized this.

I don't have any pics handy. I'll try to get some this weekend

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Any pics of turned down exhaust ? I know the post is 7+ years old

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