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    Mystery Box in back of ski??

    Theres a what looks like to be some kind of resonator its right after the waterbox but after the box that i dont know is the resonator.. What is that? from some more room i was thinking about removing it, but removing the box make it any louder or do anything to the engine (since two strokes are all exhaust). Ski is a 2001 rx.

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    SURFnTURF's Avatar
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    May 2007
    Yes it is a resonator that reduces noise from the exhaust. It has no effect on performance with or without it .I leave them in to keep the noise down, must be a mature age thing !!!

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    I removed mine & quite enjoy the brap!
    This is a direct replacement hose & hull fitting from a 1998 XP Limited that by-passes the resonator.
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    Jan 2006
    Knoxville Tn.
    I have a 98 hose for sale.

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    Dec 2008
    west palm beach
    By removing this resonator/silencer it will sound a bit louder. But if you're looking for your ski to sound louder look for an after market water box or have yours gutted.

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