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Post Prodrive Exhaust Help
I have a short shaft prodrive and recently noticed a hole in the back side. I have found a voodoo that I am planning on buying.

I have researched and researched,but I’m having trouble finding feedback on the voodoo’s construction. Will this be the last exhaust I need to buy? Will it be expected to crack being so near the water?

Also, has anyone tried wrapping them to help?


Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:17 am
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Post Re: Prodrive Exhaust Help
This will not be your last exhaust you buy lol
It will eventually rust, and possibly crack.

Don't wrap it either, like I said, it will rust.

All I ever do is buy a stainless stocker and gut it.
Saves money.

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Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:55 am
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Yeah they all give out in time. I had my buddy Dustin breaux in Houma do a cerecoat on my voodoo that has 50 hours on it roughly now and looks like the day I put it in the boat. No rust whatsoever and we only hunt in salt water. Might be a good option for you to help it last longer. My boat also stays in a garage when not in use, so I'm sure that helps a lot too

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Yeah they all give out in time. I had my buddy Dustin breaux in Houma do a cerecoat on my voodoo that has 50 hours on it roughly now and looks like the day I put it in the boat. No rust whatsoever and we only hunt in salt water. Might be a good option for you to help it last longer. My boat also stays in a garage when not in use, so I'm sure that helps a lot too


I have thought about painting with high temp header paint.


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Bigen wrote:
Wchauvin wrote:
Yeah they all give out in time. I had my buddy Dustin breaux in Houma do a cerecoat on my voodoo that has 50 hours on it roughly now and looks like the day I put it in the boat. No rust whatsoever and we only hunt in salt water. Might be a good option for you to help it last longer. My boat also stays in a garage when not in use, so I'm sure that helps a lot too


I have thought about painting with high temp header paint.



Wont work either

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Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:32 pm
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The header paint doesn't hold up well but that cerecoat has

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Post Re: Prodrive Exhaust Help
just get a hammer and beat a bunch of holes in your stock muffler. you will then have a extremely loud piece of shit muffler and it will save u 500$.
good luck


Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:57 pm
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:lol:

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I love all of the positivity. Hahaha

Guess I will just wipe her down with oil until I get time to cerakote it.


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For what it's worth I have a MarshMellow that has been on my PD for 9 years. Works well and it's hanging in there.


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My Marshmellow has been on my GTR since 2011. I have replaced the mounting brackets twice and the large hose clamps occasionally. The muffler itself is fine. About 2 years ago I sandblasted it and painted it with high temp paint. It has held up. I only run in freshwater and the boat stays in my shop.

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I wash my boat every trip before I bring it home to get the salt off too which helps in keeping everything staying nice

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