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    Did Yamaha ever use a silver paint?

    Looked through a number of years and models on the colorrite site but never came across a silver paint. Since I don't know all the models and colors of Yamaha skis, did Yamaha ever use a silver paint? If so, on what model and year so I can look it up...thanks!


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    2000 gpr 1200 were white with silver cowlings! Tommy Jordan

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    Thanks...however, Colorrite calls it a gray metallic color....I've never seen the color in person so not sure if it's what I'm looking for.

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    Looks like the only thing close is the deck of a 2008-2010 FX Crusier HO or SHO which used a light Gray Metallic. Can anyone confirm that this looks like a silver color? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fast4u View Post
    2000 gpr 1200 were white with silver cowlings! Tommy Jordan

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ight=gpr+years

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    Lightbulb ???

    One that comes to mind is the 2000 GP800..

    Again, the Millennium edition GPR had the silver cowlings in a very similar if not the same silver..

    Other than that I'm pretty certain there is a silver 2009 FX (might actually be listed as a platinum)..??

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    00 Millenium GPR and XLT, Here is a pic of a one off GPR hood that Yami marketing dept made.
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    Not sure what year but the XLT was availible with silver. 2001 I think.
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    Those are the 2000 silver fairings...


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