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SERIES 60 OVERVIEW OF EXHAUST SYSTEM

The automotive and industrial engine exhaust system consists of a three-piece exhaust manifold. See Figure 20031 for a typical configuration of the exhaust manifold and gaskets. ‪

The outlet flange is centrally located and connects directly to the turbocharger turbine housing. ‪

The three pieces of the exhaust manifold incorporate slip joints which slide together easily on initial assembly and seal when the manifold is heated by engine operation. ‪

Three-Piece Exhaust Manifold and Gasket Configurations

The keel-cooled marine engine exhaust system consists of a three-piece, thermal-wrapped exhaust manifold. See Figure 40579 for typical exhaust manifold and gasket configuration. ‪

The heat exchanger-cooled marine engine exhaust system consists of a one-piece, water-cooled exhaust manifold. See Figure 40692 for a typical exhaust manifold and gasket configuration. ‪


Typical Three-Piece Thermal-Wrapped Exhaust Manifold and Gasket Configuration


Typical One-Piece Water-Cooled Exhaust Manifold and Gasket Configuration