To finish- I have a Revmaster 2100 with a 4-1 exhaust for sale. Top overhaul, 
dual mags, oil filter/ cooler, Tennessee prop, new starter, etc. $4500 

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> On Jan 22, 2017, at 7:29 PM, Mark Langford via KRnet <krnet@list.krnet.org> 
> wrote:
> 
> Chris Gardiner wrote:
> 
> > Approx,. 9 3/4 to 10 inches vertically from bottom of engine pan to bottom 
> > of collector joint.
> 
> Thanks for that and all the photos you sent Chris, and to John Bouyea as 
> well.  Those make it pretty clear that the intake path has to be reworked, 
> the carb moved, and the cowling reworked, if I put a Revmaster in place of 
> the GP system. And it's still a gamble buying the GP Tri-gear, because it's a 
> completely different layout than what's on the plane now.   It would probably 
> be easier and quicker to weld up my own exhaust system, especially if you 
> consider delaying a week on UPS to get started, only to find out neither the 
> Revmaster nor GP will fit.  I have the perfect go-by sitting on the 
> bench...just need to order some tubing, a collector, and some flanges.
> 
> I've built two exhaust systems for the Corvair, the last one out of 321 
> stainless, and complained the whole time because it wasn't easy and took 
> forever, but it's starting to look more attractive.  KR2's going to be down 
> for a while!
> 
> The two enclosed photos are a reminder to check your exhaust system. The 
> multi-crack photo is mirrored on the other side of the pipe, so the whole 
> thing was about the break in half.  The pipe is right at the flange and the 
> bend focuses a lot of heat on the steel, which was eroded down to near 
> razor-thin. This leak was inaudible.  The "big break" was obvious, but not 
> "log-truck loud", as we say in Alabama.  That photo shows why I can't get in 
> there to weld the inside...the exhaust gas would just come out V...towards 
> the carburetor.  Not good, to coin a phrase...
> 
> Mark Langford
> m...@n56ml.com
> http://www.n56ml.com
> 
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