Mercruiser Exhaust Manifolds and Risers | Complete Kits
Mercruiser Exhaust Manifolds Technical Experience and Product Support
Corrosion is one of, if not the single most crucial factor in determining the overall longevity of your Mercruiser Sterndrive or Inboard engine. Understanding this forces Boater's to maintain their Mercruiser Exhaust System by replacing their manifolds and risers every 5 to 7 years.
PPT's Online Catalog not only offers a complete online MerCruiser Exhaust Manifolds, Risers, Spacers and Mounting Kit's to help you compare and find the best value when buying Mercruiser Exhaust Manifolds. We understand that there are options between products such as Barr, Sierra, GLM, HGE not to mention the OEM option. Where PPT is different however is that we also offer more than 30 years of direct experience designing and patenting (Read More) many of the Mercruiser Exhaust Systems in high volume production today.
We were directly involved in the development of Mercruiser's Dry Joint Exhaust System. The Dry Joint system offers several important advantages to customers. The most important advantage being that the possibility of leakage at the sealing gasket has been reduced if not eliminated completely. IMPORTANT: The newer Dry Joint Style Exhaust Systems can also be used when replacing the older "Wet-Joint" style Mercruiser Exhaust Manifolds.
Coated Vs. Non-Coated Mercruiser Exhaust Systems
What are your advantages of Coated versus Non-Coated Exhaust Systems the next time you're in the market to buy your Mercruiser exhaust manifolds and risers. What are the advantages of an Aluminum vs Cast Iron Exhaust System?