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    Arrow 2000 gp1300r

    2000 GP1300R
    Compression 175/165/165
    Ported by Lowell
    T&W Crank by Tim Judge
    VFII Reeds with spacer and a little something extra
    48MM Black Jack Carbs
    Lowell cut R&D heads
    Advent with RAD T/L wheel balanced by Tim Judge
    Upgraded coils
    Riva Gas Valves
    CF reinforcement
    Free Flow
    Pet Tach 2100
    R&D Sponsons
    R&D smooth cut sponsons
    Original Fernando (Fercho) Ride Plate
    All brackets, ride plate trim tabs, pump shoe, transom new in the last 2 years
    New Odyssey dry cell battery with perko cut off switch
    Free flow
    Jet Works kit
    D-Plate
    UMI Steering
    UMI Throttle
    HO Pump with 2” extension.
    HD Intake grate block
    Many Props to choose from depending on what you are looking for.
    Custom painted cowlings
    Custom graphic kit
    Custom seat cover
    Carbon Fiber Windshield

    This is the list and I am sure that I have missed something but if anyone has any questions just ask. The ski was totally rebuilt from the bottom up 2 years ago. The top end was freshened up at 54 hours. This ski has the best of the best parts and it will run reliably all day long (as it is setup right now) in the 78-80 mph range on pump gas without straining. Or if you like you can mix a little VP C-12 gas and it can be tuned/setup to run in the 81-82 mph range if that is what you are looking for. Now that I have a conversion and my wife is the main rider of this ski I have it set up tight to pull like a freight train without worrying about running over 80 mph all day so she doesn’t hurt herself. I have decided it is time to move forward with a larger four stroke for her with more storage, size, and things that she likes. Also I have only rode this ski 3 times since Mud Bug 2009 and it kills me to see it sit on the stand in my shop and not have someone enjoy it as I have. This ski has mind boggling mid range and pulls hard all the way to the top. I also have a brand new head gasket and will pull the heads for anyone to look inside if they are ready to purchase. It has never left me anywhere and I can’t believe I am doing this… I WILL ABSOLUTELY NOT SELL ONE SINGLE PART OFF OF THIS SKI AND IT WILL NEVER BE PARTED OUT… I will stare at it until I am old and grey telling lies to all my buddies before it will EVER be parted out. I do have to mention that there is also 2 parts on it that do not exist anymore that I would like to keep. They are the CF rear grab bar and also the Azonic fat bars. If the potential buyer does not try and beat me up over the price I may consider leaving them on.
    The ski can be ridden by experienced serious buyers..
    Asking $6900 (Don’t matter if its cash, check, MO, or draft as long as it is green)
    No trailer.
    Title is waiting for your name….SOLD....
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    I have always liked this ski! Clean! Someone will get a very nice ski. Cant believe your selling it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    I have always liked this ski! Clean! Someone will get a very nice ski. Cant believe your selling it.
    Thank you Kevin, this is a very hard decision to sell this ski and I know you can relate.. There is alot of blood sweat and tears in this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by no_more_rice View Post
    Gorgeous GPR. How many total hours on the hull and bottom end right now?
    Hull 212 hrs, bottom end less then 80 hrs with True & Welded crank.

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    Was this the ski you had at MB2010? If it was, it is a great looking and running ski. Ran flawless the three days I saw it. Great ski.

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    nicely built ski I had the same exact stickers minus the tuning fork for my old 05 GPR. I never installed the sticker set but I'm holding on to them just in case i find another GPR hull! Good luck with sale!

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    I can personally VOUCH for this GPR.

    I can't believe it is for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    Was this the ski you had at MB2010? If it was, it is a great looking and running ski. Ran flawless the three days I saw it. Great ski.
    Yes this is the one Jim. Thank you for the comments, this ski is a work horse that runs all day long without issue. Someone will be very happy as the new owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I can personally VOUCH for this GPR.

    I can't believe it is for sale
    Thank you Billy that means a lot to me bro.. I can't believe I am selling it either. If someone don't hurry up and pull the trigger I am going to change my mind..

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    Someone is getting a great ski here, for a helluva good price.

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