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    water box????

    do you really need it. I'm looking for a better one for a 95xp


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    Yes, you need it.

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    water box

    yes you need a water box.
    if you want a better one order a yamaha gp760 water box. You will have to drill a a hole in it for the water fitting.

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    GP760 boxes aren't better, they are less restrictive. Which works on flat-top 800cc piston setups. Not stock 720 applications.

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    I would say they are better............come look at the pile of stock seadoo waterboxes i have here with broken baffles.

    still have the original gp760 waterbox in my 800 superstock.
    Not a flat top piston motor either. A stock seadoo piston motor built by Bo Dupriest. Was just as fast as the flat top piston if not faster!

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