Thread: 2004 Yamaha GPR 1390 75-80mph
05-28-2012, 05:15 PM #1
2004 Yamaha GPR 1390 75-80mph
I have decided it is time to move on from the GPR. This GPR is perfect in just about every way. The only reason why I am moving on from it to a FZR is so that I can have a toy that is a little bit more "family" friendly. Don't let my decision scare you away from this GPR! I have been on edge about doing this. This is a very friendly 75-80mph GPR. Yesterday it ran 75.8 mph on light choppy water, in the 95 degree heat, all the while just sitting on the seat (no superman). The GPR has been 78 mph. Could hit 80mph with the right weather/altitude or a few more tweets for hot weather riding. Parts alone on this ski total to $8000+.
I am asking $6,200 OBO. Comes with Yamaha Cover and Black Yacht Club trailer. It has new tires and new led lighting.
2004 Yamaha GP1300R
95 hours on the hull
30 hours on the engine
NEW battery (bought it last week)
Comes with a gallon of Amsoil dominator and full tank of premix 93 gas. (40:1 ratio)
Ben Herman 1390 Big Bore (coated Wiseco pistons)
OEM Balanced Welded Crank w/ Hotrod Rods.
RIVA WFO Head (160psi)
RIVA Head Girdle
3-4 Degree Keyway
Oil Pump Block Off
WFO Fuel System Upgrade
RIVA EFI Controller
FF Speed Ride Plate
R&D Speed Package Cut Tabs
R&D Metal Steering Nozzle
Riva Pump Seal Kit (sealed to speed package specs)
Greenhulk Stainless Steal 800 Grate
Riva Free Flow Exhaust
Island Racing Holeshot Kit
Hull Holeshot Kit (the one that fills in the underside of the boat)
2005+ Pump Upgrade with Dynafly Impeller (custom pitched and sharpened, spec unknown)
Carbon Fiber Pump Tunnel Reinforcement
Tiny Tach (advanced version)
Paint Rear Grab Handle
Custom Jettrim seat
Through Hull Fittings from RIVA
Rear Billet trailer fittings from RIVA
Azonic Handle Bars
Carbon Fiber handle Bar area cover
Garmin GPS Bracket w/ basic Garmin GPS (yellow)
Special pieces of paper with tuning information
Not sure if I missed anything, so many parts!
Last edited by Chrisrokc; 06-05-2012 at 10:10 AM.
05-31-2012, 08:32 AM #2
Don't make me out this on eBay!!!
This ski is unlike the carb triple pipes you see on here. It is fuel injected and a reliable single pipe. No wrenching needed. It will run an run and run. Perfect for someone that wants the speed without the constant wrenching.
06-05-2012, 10:10 AM #3
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06-07-2012, 12:38 AM #5
06-07-2012, 08:41 AM #6
- Join Date
- Aug 2011
Bring it to ohio
06-09-2012, 02:04 PM #7
10-29-2012, 11:38 AM #8
To the top! Adjusted price!
Ran 77 mph in the 100 degree heat. Throw a set of sonic boom throttle bodies on this and do 79-80 in the heat.
I will throw in some documentation that might help you even go faster if you want to put in the time.
Last edited by Chrisrokc; 10-29-2012 at 05:46 PM.
10-29-2012, 05:28 PM #9
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