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    wtb hot seat water box for 785 pro

    anybody have one for sale or where can i buy a new one. thanks keith my cell 6103926065


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    2nd dibs on that too, would like some bark.

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    tdr

    tdr will build one,had one made for my pro1200 by them with a 3" inlet,would be the same and fits better than the hot seat one

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    Quote Originally Posted by starflight View Post
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    Ok so will the aftermarket boxes give a power increase ?.

    On the 650 Kawi, many people say no, and in all honesty, those many people are actually wrong and rely on heresay having never tried it, especially if the motor is a good motor, ie not just a basic carby upgrade and a milled head.

    I can always run a fuel cutoff solenoid to spray more water into the box when required to get it quiter, but if it works or not ?. Ive herd people say the baffle-less TDR is REALLY loud, i cant fathom what my second ski (the one that was raced) is like as it has a peice of 3" stainless pipe where the waterbox once was.

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    When we swapped the waterboxes on my bro's SL900 years ago, we noticed a little better holeshot with the aftermarket. I dug up an old post by SIRC7897 that said he felt like he got better topend speed with the stocker, which according to that particular post, he was running(stocker). Topend I don't believe much if any difference, low end I believe a little bit. I think the 3HP increase they claim might be somewhere in the rpm powerband, not particularly on the top end.

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    Interesting ... i may just cut open the stocker and see what i can do with it to give it a bit of kick. Or perhaps fab up a new one.

    I just missed out on that link ... few mins

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    waterbox

    the ebay waterbox was for a stock pro1200 with the stock 2 1/4" inlet.the pro785 has a 3" inlet

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    Yea i figured that, the "6" on the part was actually a poorly drawn "0" style baffle "B" unit being a 1200. But i do inercoolers and such for a living ... swapping that for a 3" inlet would be a 10 min job.

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