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    GP1200R steering nozzle needed

    Sorry for the post, but I can't post in the classifieds section. I need a steering nozzle for a GP1200R. The stock plastic junk broke. I'd prefer a SHO nozzle. I've called a few vendors, but nobody answers or returns calls. Any vendor recommendations?

    Why do things always break in the middle of the week, and screw up your weekend?


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    Quote Originally Posted by accbr View Post
    Sorry for the post, but I can't post in the classifieds section. I need a steering nozzle for a GP1200R. The stock plastic junk broke. I'd prefer a SHO nozzle. I've called a few vendors, but nobody answers or returns calls. Any vendor recommendations?

    Why do things always break in the middle of the week, and screw up your weekend?
    you can find it here also...
    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...313-00-00.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    so that metal sho nozzle will bolt right up to our gpr's? without dropping big $ on the r&d? ive heard of it working just never saw the actual part number needed for it to work properly

    glenn

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    Thanks for the quick responses. I was trying to get somebody that could ship it overnight. Jerry answered my email, so I'll probably just order it from him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by accbr View Post
    Thanks for the quick responses. I was trying to get somebody that could ship it overnight. Jerry answered my email, so I'll probably just order it from him.
    excellent, shipping is quick to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPSTUNNA View Post
    so that metal sho nozzle will bolt right up to our gpr's? without dropping big $ on the r&d? ive heard of it working just never saw the actual part number needed for it to work properly

    glenn
    I got one about two weeks ago...bolts right on....

    The actual part number is:6S5-R1313-01-00 NOZZLE, DEFLECTOR

    6S5-R1313-00-00 NOZZLE, DEFLECTOR has been superceded by the above...

    Both parts are identical.

    Bill

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    Not meaning to jack the thread, but I got a question. Steering is definitely crisper with the SHO nozzle, there is a difference in feel. Does the plastic nozzle flex or change shape during high speed turns to make it feel less secure?

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