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    GP1200R Winter Project ---- My Loss is your Gain

    Looking for a Winter Project
    Is someone looking for a great winter project? I have a 2000 Yamaha GP1200R that is looking for a good home. It has all the performance items and just needs assembled. The 66V engine has a trued and welded Performance Crankshaft crankshaft ($600) with a non-ported OEM case ($300) and Lamey Racing Ported 82 mm cylinders ($550), non-sleeved. I have new Kawasaki 490 pistons (82 mm) ($500) with new wrist pins and rings. The crankshaft is already assembled in the crankcase with new seals. The power valves are Riva gas Valves ($450). The cylinders and pistons are all ready to go together. I have a Riva Racing machined head ($200) that will go on the engine with Speedwerx cylinder base studs ($100). I have the Speedwerx Triple Pipes setup ($1000) with Oside Bill 66V Mikuni Carbs ($170) which have totally been overhauled, jetted, modded and setup for this engine and powder coated ($600 Overhaul). The engine has aluminum Riva reed stuffers ($150) and Carbon Fiber reeds($170) with a Powderlite spacer plate ($100). The engine has a welded and balanced flywheel $110) which is already installed with the stator and end case already in place. To finish up the engine, finish the assembly and pressure test, then install in the hull, install the triple pipes and fill it with premix race fuel and hold on. The hull has had the rear filled in for faster acceleration (alias Leo’s Mod). The pump shoe seal kit ($80) and the 4 Tec Performance Stainless Steel Intake Grate ($300) have been installed. The impeller Solas 13/19 was given the “The Works” by Impros ($250) and is already installed in the pump. The bottom has been trued and painted black. The steering is UIM Racing ($300) , with a GPR primer system ($54), and triple fuel tank outlet. This is a premix ski only since it has no oil pump. The Riva Racing ride plate with rails ($150) has been installed at a 5 degree angle.
    Put it together and you will have a really fast ski. I just can not find the time to finish it. My loss is your gain. Bring $5500 and you will have a ski worth over $8000. I’ll even throw in a good titled Triton aluminum trailer ($500) if you come before Christmas. Just the parts are worth over $7000, so you can’t go wrong. Call 443-306-1577
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