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    New GP1200R Owner!

    Just purchased a 2001 GP1200R. It has the converter removed, and the oil is switched to pre-mix. Needs hydro-turf and a pump rebuild. I paid 2,800$ for it. It's on a 2005 galvanized trailer. It had 152 hours and a new top end with 10hrs, runs great. I will post pictures tomorrow it's dark and rainy now. Also has a gp1300r seat!


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    Make sure it's not a sbt motor they stuck in there, don't ask how I know

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    Hello, sounds like a fair price & a good buy. You will find the 01 GP1200 R, are pretty fast & can even go much faster with only a few hundreds dollars more. I have a 2001 GP1200R & 2008 GP1300R ... they have no real problem up against stock Doos or any 260. You can get a custom seat cover starting at about $125.00 & Hydro Turf pads & really make it look cherry! Please send pics when able.

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    Hydro seat covers look like a 100 cover. Spend some money and buy a jet trim. I have a jet trim seat cover on a gp1200r seat that's In excellent condition. Identical to my riva jet trim just says jet trim where mine says riva. Stock colors as riva blue n black. Let me know if interested

    At any rate buy a jet trim, blows the hydro turf away IMO. Buy the peel m stick mats as well

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    How can I check this to see if it's an SBT?

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    Planning on getting the seat cover mats done when it back to Canada ! will your seat cover fit my gp1300r?

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    They use the same seat
    Sbt will attach tags being stamped sbt and they resleeve jugs.

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    It's an OEM motor, not an SBT. Send pictures of the seat cover and asking price.

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    I put a listing/ feeler in the classifieds.

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