Thread: 2005 gp1300r exhaust overheating
12-06-2013, 12:02 AM #1
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2005 gp1300r exhaust overheating
when i ride for more than 30mins the light starts to blink after 1hr the waverunner goes into safe mode.( can't go pass 4400rpm)warning light is on and a constant beeping noise. I have a d-plate and chip installed. Water is coming from the pilots(water is not coming out constant, but randomly is that normal?)also on occasions i seen the warning light come on during a cold start. Also the guy i bought it from said he used to put oil in the gas reservoir .
the craft has 68hr.
also im a newbie to PWC
12-06-2013, 12:39 AM #2
Water should always come out of the pissers.. you've got a clog in the system.
He added a little 2 smoke oil to the gas just in case the oil injection system failed it wouldn't wipe out the motor completely.
You might have to clean or replace the plugs more often.
Get that cooling system running 100% or your going to wish you did..
12-06-2013, 12:40 AM #3
Welcome aboard the Hulk!!!
Use the search function on here and you'll find out how to check / fix your cooling issues.
12-07-2013, 12:11 PM #4
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12-07-2013, 10:43 PM #5
Hello and welcome to the Hulk, I am not sure why the former owner felt the need to add oil to the gas. I have several mods that require more fuel ... the oil in the gas needs to be increased .... so I add 1oz oil to each gal of gas. But if you have not installed a fuel controller that would increase fuel beyond that of the normal in fuel injection as it is set by your OEM setup ... then there is no need to add oil. And yes you will start to foul your plugs somewhat but no real problems should come of it. Call or PM Rich @ WFO performance, explain your "warning Beep concerns" ... he is the Yamaha go to guy ... he is always willing to help sort out issues. Good Luck
12-24-2013, 06:19 AM #6
Water should always come out! are we talking on the hose or in the water?
If not, you have to clear the system from debris or sand, i've had that problem, including the overtemp.
Using it on the beach/sand?
Allways shut off engine WAY before beaching it!
Most likely your stinger is clogged up, i use compressed air/ vacuum and water to clear the cooling channels.
12-24-2013, 06:22 AM #7
Does it have the jetworks kit installed? / please post picture ( jetpump, speedometer wheel area )
04-02-2014, 03:39 PM #8
You shouldn't be using the chip. Try using the previous factory sensor.
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