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    Looking at buyin RR Water Box , need some help!!!!

    I was looking at buying the RR Waterbox and well i just wanted to know if anyone has any pics of there installation and or what else do i need to buy in order to finish the install. If i put the thru haul outlet on it can i just get a pipe bent up to go in that location as if i had a thru haul exhaust on it! Anybody have any problems with the RR waterbox should i get it? I love the sound of it!! and for holding it down what do i use? Your guys help is greatly appreciated.


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    Nobody can help, anybody please!

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    Here is a pic of mine in my rxp in the stock location. I used a 135 deg silcone coupler, a straight piece of alum pipe about 14 inches, and a 45 deg coupler on the other end to connect to the outlet.
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    here is another pic i found on my pc, forgot I had these
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    Ok so did you just run it to the Riva Thru Haul out let does it come out in the same spot as thru haul does? and also would it matter if i used the silicone tubing like you did or use SS or Aluminum , would metal make it sound louder or no? Oh and where is your sensor at? i cant see it? did you just tap it in to the silicone tubing?

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    My outlet is in the Rotax location, I think Riva's is a little lower and to the left (looking from the back). It should still work with a little adjusting. If you can find someone to bend alum. tube go for it, it will prob cost a little more and I doubt it would change the sound.


    oh my sensor is there in the rotax location you just can't see it in the pic. I cut a little U slot in the silicone adaptor so it would slide all the way down, just a personal preference.
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    can you remove the SC with this waterbox without having to move it back

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    can you remove the SC with this waterbox without having to move it back
    Im pretty sure you can. I think thats the main reason some guys are switching to this wb.

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    Ok where do i get the outlet from Rotax Racing i went on there site and couldnt find it, what should i do, i just wanna have everything before i order the water box! Or should i just order the Riva Thru Haul kit with the OPAS block offs!!!!

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