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    Attention FZ owners-check your tunnels for cracks

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    This is the pump tunnel of my '12 FZR with 45 hours. I don't know how long it's been this way but it's only going to get worse. I sure hope the dealer knows how to fix it.


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    Not good...Is that a pump seal kit it there?

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    Looks like you sucked something in there a few times? I guess I'm going to check mine when my new ride plate comes in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pro1200 View Post
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    Looks like something was rubbing there? Or is that the camera playing games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
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    Looks like something was rubbing there? Or is that the camera playing games?
    Prob the side of the grate.

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    Attention FZ owners-check your tunnels for cracks

    You are probably right...

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    What's with that squiggly line crack, looks weird.

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    pro1200; is this still a stock setup or modified...

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
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    Looks like something was rubbing there? Or is that the camera playing games?
    Yes, the surface of the hull is worn through. I thought it might be from the hull flexing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoYamma View Post
    pro1200; is this still a stock setup or modified...
    All it has is an R+D grate and rideplate and Macc sponsons. And this boat accelerates much slower than my '09 FZS.

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