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    2000 Yamaha SUV idle specs

    What should the 1200 NPV engine idle at running on a hose out of the water? I know the trolling speed is ~1350 rpm +/- 50 rpm.

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    mdavidthomas
    Matthews, NC


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    I think mine idles a little less then 3000 rpm out of the water...not sure...trying to remember back to last fall.

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    yes, a little less then 3000 for a out of water idle gp1200.

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    Update...the SUV started idling at 2000 rpms on the factory tach this weekend while on the hose. Then I took it to the lake and it idle at a notch or two above 1000 rpm mark on the tach. Seems to run good despite the 100 psi compression test on all 3 cylinders.

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    the factory tach is not accurate. get a tiny tach.
    and test the compression with warm engine.

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