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    Oil Pump Removal Help/GP1200

    Hi, new to this site and just figured out how to start a new post.

    I have a 2001 GP1200R. 50 hours

    I would like to remove the oil pump and start pre-mixing the fuel.

    I ordered the plate from Riva. What is the mixture that I should mix the oil and gas? Do I pull the rubber lines off the carb. or just leave them on.

    Any other tips? Thanks

    The other items I want to do is remove the D-plate and install wave eater clips. I could not find any other info on instructions on doing this. I have not worked on a skis before only cars.

    Any other items I should do to the ski over the winter? I am mostly trying to fix know problems, then performance later.


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    If your not doing something, its hard to screw up. stlouisramsfan's Avatar
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    40:1 is a good mixture. Some people are running a little richer

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