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    FS triple pipe waterbox

    I bought this a while back and was going to use it on one of my projects. I no longer need it. I was told that this was a Farthing prototype and was used with FPP triple pipes. It started life as a GPR waterbox and was modified, it comes with 3)connecting pipes and silicone couplers for the waterbox end. It appears to install in the factory location with the factory outlet tube. I bought this from Hydrotoys a few years back. First $150.00 plus shipping gets it. See pics. I'll answer any questions that I can.
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    Thats a Miller / Team Yamaha box from Circa 2000-2001. All pro level GPR's had this box before FPP came out with theres. I will tell you it sounds real cool with a healthy tripple pipe in front of it.

    Most from the team days ran the tubes over top of the rear bulkhead. I cant tell by the tubes connected if this one does..doesn't appear to have the same tubes as mine.

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    I just stuck the tubes in it for picture taking purposes. I would think that they'd snake through the bulk head, but I guess they could've went over the top. It is a cool waterbox....I just can't use it right now....so it's got to go.
    Mike

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    ttt

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    What....nobody running tripples anymore???? Has everyone gone the way of conversion ski's????

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    Make an offer....I'll consider anything reasonable.
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    back ttt....I need this to go....someone make me a decent offer.
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    I'd be interested, but I just bought a tdr that I want to try. Do you have any pics of this installed in a ski with the pipes hooked up? Does it work with the standard factory pipes or something special?

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    I don't have any pics of the box installed with the triple pipes. As I understand it, the box works with standard production triple pipes from FPP. Does the TDR box have three inlets for the triples???? I haven't seen one of those. I should clarify that this box is for GPR's not '97-'99 GP's. Sorry for not stating that earlier.
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    Tdr replaces stock box. Not as cool as yours.

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