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    boat insurance

    like to know what others are paying in insurance , if any, thats either full coverage or just liability in different states and countries and is it required. i pay 324 full coverage 100/300/50 +comp+fire and theft, my older ski 97 kawa just 180.this should be a general discussion Q but with high performance goals i,m curious are other members protecting there investments and others?
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    COMING SOON-ir jetworks holeshot kit-87mm drop nozzle-d plate- riva power air filter


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    i pay $420 for both of my ski's

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    wow

    fla's cheap is that full coverage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
    fla's cheap is that full coverage?
    Yes that is full coverage Dave, With progressive.

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    I pay $121/year for full coverage in MN

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    ins

    you must be old!HA ! HA! jim stick around i have to start a new thread thats bothering me and i need "team tampa" and a few other "gurus" to here it.

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    85mm to 87mm

    what do i have i seem to measure close to 87 on reduction nozzle , even though service manual says 85- 85.6 i would like to add a larger nozzle for a better holeshot, riva says theres a 87 on there. i know there,s been a debate on this from before ,what gives?
    07 gpr1300
    r&d(ir mod 1 resurfacing)
    riva top load intake 1200
    riva ppk
    ff exchaust(annoy the neighbors)
    leos holeshot(no stern holes)
    skat trak 13/19 r 155 swirl
    tunnel reinforcement(self made)
    stepped up[sponsons)
    lubri bond a(speed sauce)
    COMING SOON-ir jetworks holeshot kit- 87mm drop nozzle- d olate- riva power air filter

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
    what do i have i seem to measure close to 87 on reduction nozzle , even though service manual says 85- 85.6 i would like to add a larger nozzle for a better holeshot, riva says theres a 87 on there. i know there,s been a debate on this from before ,what gives?
    07 gpr1300
    r&d(ir mod 1 resurfacing)
    riva top load intake 1200
    riva ppk
    ff exchaust(annoy the neighbors)
    leos holeshot(no stern holes)
    skat trak 13/19 r 155 swirl
    tunnel reinforcement(self made)
    stepped up[sponsons)
    lubri bond a(speed sauce)
    COMING SOON-ir jetworks holeshot kit- 87mm drop nozzle- d olate- riva power air filter
    Hello Dave, The bigger the nozzle the better the hole shot but top end might be affected.

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    87mm

    so you can put an 87mm on an 07, and i do have an 85 on now right? ross nemo who i respect greatly says its an 85 and where can i get it new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
    so you can put an 87mm on an 07, and i do have an 85 on now right? ross nemo who i respect greatly says its an 85 and where can i get it new?
    Look on the right side of nozzle if it has a 67x it's a 87 mm if it has a 60e it's a 85mm

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