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Old 08-23-2017, 02:43 AM   #1
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Question Raodtrek 210 Popular - Onan Exhaust Routing?

My 2006 Roadtrek 210 Popular has what I believe is a modified exhaust coming from the Onan 2800 genset to the passenger side of the vehicle -



On the drivers side there is a cutout and a broken exhaust hanger underneath-



What does it look like under your 210 Popular? Photos would be great!
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Old 08-23-2017, 05:23 PM   #2
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Can't do a photo just now, but mine is out the drivers side. 2004 Chevy Express 3500 chassis.
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Old 08-23-2017, 06:02 PM   #3
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Thanks- that is what I was seeing around the web on some 210 sales walkarounds too.

Looks like I'll be welding up a new exhaust...
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Have a '15 210 and it is also on the drivers side.

Really enjoy watching all the mods your making, thanks for sharing. Ron
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So, what is wrong with the present exhaust? It has the resonator welded in and works. Certainly it doesn't hang down as low as my 190P which may be why the previous owner moved it. Leave it!
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So, what is wrong with the present exhaust? It has the resonator welded in and works. Certainly it doesn't hang down as low as my 190P which may be why the previous owner moved it. Leave it!
I would guess that the original exhaust location is designed to send the exhaust gasses and noise to the drivers side so that it isn't being blown into the camping area on the passenger side.
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"I would guess that the original exhaust location is designed to send the exhaust gasses and noise to the drivers side so that it isn't being blown into the camping area on the passenger side."

Certainly a reasonable explanation. I have never had a seat outside and listened to the generator run. If the generator is running I'm inside, usually with the A/C on but sometimes keeping track of the battery charging at 15.4 volts for a short time.
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