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    Rebuild time

    Well picked up this 99 GP1200 for $1500...put about 10 hours on her and bam.

    she did the whole...randomly cut off, then would run again after acouple minutes, only to cut back off after warming back up...got towed back to the dock.

    pictures explain what I know now...pullin the head off hopefully this weekend to see exactly how much money i'm gonna have to invest.

    1. Watery/Oily mixture in the hull
    2. Watery/Oily mixture on the finger
    3. Cylinder #1 compression
    4. Cylinder #2 compression
    5. Cylinder #3 compression
    6. Yep...not premix
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    Ouch!! Must of lost an oil line off #2. Time for rebuild is right!! If ski has a ton of hrs. on it I would go through lower end, rebuild carbs and switch to premix also. Which you already probably know.

    Welcome to the best website, Green Hulk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamahank View Post
    Ouch!! Must of lost an oil line off #2. Time for rebuild is right!! If ski has a ton of hrs. on it I would go through lower end, rebuild carbs and switch to premix also. Which you already probably know.

    Welcome to the best website, Green Hulk!
    Yep...thats what it would seem. We had been jumping waves from Hurricane Bill for acouple hours running great, so I'm guessin she wiggled loose.

    ski's only got about 70 hours on it...acouple buddies of mine have done the work a few times before and know what they're doing, so i'm supplyin a case or two of beer and pizza, and learn what i can.

    I ran her VERY minimal once she started messin up so I'm hoping its not too horrible, but I guess we'll see!

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