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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    I can post a pic I guess, but it just looks like a big aluminum box the size and shape of a TNT waterbox. I used a bore scope then just cut it open and sent Tim a picture of the guts and he said it was different than his box. I don't know exactly what the difference is and I wouldn't really...
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    To follow up on this a little bit, I got ahold of Tim at TNT and after exchanging some pictures he confirmed it's not a TNT box. Evidently a copy, with some internal components left out. I got it used from somebody on here (don't remember who) but I didn't want a thread out there with misleading...
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    Dry vs. Wet

    As the wise AVE says: "A GRINDER AND PAINT MAKES ME THE WELDER I AINT"
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    Sounds like we've completely ruled out the rrp and the Jetmaniac is looking like a favorite. QUOTE="800750, post: 2055173, member: 5255"]I am pretty happy with the jetmaniac water box. I have an rrp pipe and am running a unrestricted water line to the water box. It seems quite a bit quieter...
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    Thanks Harbor. I'm familiar with that thread, but he's got a 898 running SUPER aggressive race gas tune with 250psi of compression and a ton of advance, I don't think it's a good indication of what will happen on the relatively mild pump gas stock cylinder motor I have this on, TNT even says...
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    So evidently the rrp box is not so good for low noise.
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    On a lay down pipe?
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    dual 44s on 701

    Interested in hearing what @waxhead or anybody else thinks about this: Often repeated conventional wisdom is that you want to get your pilot jet size so that your low speed screw is one turn out. But The low speed screw on a 64x carb has not only much finer thread, but also a shallower angle...
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    I understand what you mean, I was responding to Stefan's comment that more water would kill bottom end. It seems like water in the box would have less affect on the tuning than water at the stinger, so like you said leave the stinger water alone, then for noise add water directly in the box to...
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    Vforce3 reed valves SJ

    Don't the newer superjets come stock with fiber reeds? I know couch motors have had fiber reeds stock for a while.
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    Seems like it would. Water in the box (rather than in the stinger) seems like it would have less effect, but I'm not sure. My box is already fully encased in turf.
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    I should clarify I have water going to the stinger, just don't have a bung directly into the box. The RRP box/pipe is setup with no water in the stinger and a water line directly into the box, right?
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    My TNT box does not have a bung but I can certainly add one. I'll probably do some playing around with adding water at various points, but I was hoping to just start off with a quiet box if such a thing exists. For a laydown pipe you basically have three boxes that most people are running...
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    What happened to that poor thing??
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    What is the quietest lay down pipe waterbox?

    I just tried out a TNT pipe and box for the first time. The box is so huge I figured it would probably be relatively quiet but it's pretty loud, this ski I'd like to keep reasonably quiet, is there some other box that would be worth trying?
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