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    Yamaha GP1300r Steering Nozzle

    Can anyone give me some information on the steering nozzles that they use/prefer on there GPRs. Im from Long Island and ride in the bay, maybe twice a season I take a ride to the ocean. I heard a sho nozzle is good but also saw pro-tec and R&D (Hydro-Force) which is a straight nozzle and also has one thats angled down.

    My current set-up is a 2006 GP1300r:

    R&D Moddified Ride Plate
    Riva Trim Tabs
    Pro-Tec (I Believe) Intake Grate
    Free Flow Exhaust
    Pump Plug Kit
    Jetworks Hole Shot Kit
    D-Plate
    Riva/R&D Flame Arrestor
    Stepped Sponsons
    Also will be doing either a 13/19 or 14/20 Solas impeller very soon


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    Sho was the best price when they first came out. Not sure on the price now.

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    'Fo Sho' Amsoil, I bought a couple about a month ago its like 40 bucks each....

    Also Amsoil do you have dealer in Cayman and who carries your products here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokes View Post
    'Fo Sho' Amsoil, I bought a couple about a month ago its like 40 bucks each....

    Also Amsoil do you have dealer in Cayman and who carries your products here?
    http://www.amsoilinternational.com/

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    Interesting not to see Cayman but i see that you have in Jamaica so maybe the local demand is met thru them........

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    boats.net has them for around forty

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    yamahapart.com i got mine 40 each, way cheaper than aftermarket looks great and does the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokes View Post
    yamahapart.com i got mine 40 each, way cheaper than aftermarket looks great and does the job.
    How fast was their shipping? I ordered something from them a few days ago and haven't received anything but and order confirmation yet.

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    Well lets just say its not the fastest but my shipper in miami got them in two weeks

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    i have had good luck with boats.net i usually get my stuff in 5 days

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