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Muffler Type?

Does anyone know who manufactures this type of muffler? It has a water intake on the top and the exhaust intake at the bottom. The exhaust is on the side near the bottom. This is not a seperator with 1 in and 2 out. It has 2 in and one out. Would it be better to switch my exhaust so that I inject the water (with vented loop) between the exhaust manifold and the muffler? Last thing, is there any good websites that illustrate different sailboat exhaust systems regarding the physics of it? Thanks to all.

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If this is a muffler off of a sailboat... it might help if you said what make/model sailboat it was, as well as what make/model engine is on said sailboat. Someone here might know of the source based on that information.

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The muffler is off an atomic 4 gasoline engine in a 1966 33ft Islander
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