Thread: !! I Upgraded!!!
04-29-2010, 11:22 PM #1
!!! New 1300r!!!
Whatz up fellow members well yesterday i upgraded my jetski to a gp1300r (gat rid of my 02 gp1200r)--- my question is if i did a good choice or i should stay with my 1200 im into speed so dats was my reason more hp 170 against 165 lol-- also the ski looks like new only 110 hours compression in all three cyl of 128. i have a couple question about this new ski i want to know what type of prop should a buy is completely stock except for a riva intake grate and and riva ridle plate (thanks to treemoney) also if anyone has a 1300 service manual it would be very greatfull so i would get to know it better.... Also im wondering is the 06-07 model comes from factory with a d-plate or the cat needs to be removed??? thanks for any input...
04-30-2010, 09:39 AM #2
04-30-2010, 03:56 PM #3
Not an expert, but from what I do know the 1300 has a larger pump. The fuel injection is a plus in that the cylinders will receive a more even flow of fuel (won't starve on take-off), but the carbed 1200's actually have more potential --or at least they have until maybe recently. Either way, the 1300 is a slight upgrade --surely on the pump, and you can still do heads,ride-plate,D-plate,prop, etc to ring out another 6-10mph.
04-30-2010, 06:32 PM #4
they're both awesome ski's, but the 1300 is at a better starting point for the average user (esp 05+, hull inserts, HO pump, etc).
Either way, reinforce the pump tunnel get a grate on that bitch, and search your nuts off! this place in amazing, best advice to going faster is effective searching
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