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    Do the oil lines come off the gp1300r?

    The other evening reading a thread, I was reminded about the oil line issues on the 1200 engines after some hours were logged. (I've blown my share of engines, I guess a miracle not another because of that, especially almost always in rough water and wave jumping.)

    Since I currently have the exhaust off my 03 gp1300r, waiting on a fuel injector, I took a look. The oil lines appear to have a metal crimp where connected to the throttle body. Was this a fix to the problem? Otherwise, I'll do something now, while it's open.

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    The 13R oil lines rarely come off... Ive never seen one in 4 years

    thats a coiled metal band

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    How about the 03' xlt 1200 are they better than older models. My d-plate is coming in Wednesday so while exhaust is out should i do something with the lines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    The 13R oil lines rarely come off...
    That's how it looked to me.

    Just got home and the injector was in the mailbox. Thanks.
    Do you lube the rubber pieces or just sit everything dry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkCanuck View Post
    How about the 03' xlt 1200 are they better than older models. My d-plate is coming in Wednesday so while exhaust is out should i do something with the lines?
    I think if you look at your lines and they have some type of retainer, ie. a coiled metal band, etc. then it's upgraded. I was going to run out and check my '01 XLT (to see if the line was just pushed on the barb, maybe tywrapped, but forgot I had moved it to my storage yard. I'll look later if someone hasn't already answered your question.

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    My 02 XLT had no such clamps....

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkCanuck View Post
    How about the 03' xlt 1200 are they better than older models. My d-plate is coming in Wednesday so while exhaust is out should i do something with the lines?

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