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    03 gp 1300r bogging down only in choppy water

    I feel that my gp Boggs down when I'm in the chop. It only happens when I hit the waves and then it runs fine. Thanks


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    what is happening is you are hitting the revlimiter on the ECM which momentary closes the power valves to protect the motor from damage due to high of rpms when the motor revs ( this usualy happens on any rpms over 7400 ) when the prop is not hooked up to the water. Throttle control is your best friend to avoid this from occuring, Also a good aftermarket pump water intake grate helps some if you are still using the stock one, I like R&D grates my self. Tommy Jordan

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fast4u View Post
    what is happening is you are hitting the revlimiter on the ECM which momentary closes the power valves to protect the motor from damage due to high of rpms when the motor revs ( this usualy happens on any rpms over 7400 ) when the prop is not hooked up to the water. Throttle control is your best friend to avoid this from occuring, Also a good aftermarket pump water intake grate helps some if you are still using the stock one, I like R&D grates my self. Tommy Jordan

    Thanks for the feedback. It bogs down quite a bit almost an unsafe amount for high speed riding. Also at what rpms does the PV kick I'm? Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by yazrx01 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 2fast4u View Post
    what is happening is you are hitting the revlimiter on the ECM which momentary closes the power valves to protect the motor from damage due to high of rpms when the motor revs ( this usualy happens on any rpms over 7400 ) when the prop is not hooked up to the water. Throttle control is your best friend to avoid this from occuring, Also a good aftermarket pump water intake grate helps some if you are still using the stock one, I like R&D grates my self. Tommy Jordan

    Thanks for the feedback. It bogs down quite a bit almost an unsafe amount for high speed riding. Also at what rpms does the PV kick I'm? Thanks again
    if i best remember they open around 4100 rpms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yazrx01 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 2fast4u View Post
    what is happening is you are hitting the revlimiter on the ECM which momentary closes the power valves to protect the motor from damage due to high of rpms when the motor revs ( this usualy happens on any rpms over 7400 ) when the prop is not hooked up to the water. Throttle control is your best friend to avoid this from occuring, Also a good aftermarket pump water intake grate helps some if you are still using the stock one, I like R&D grates my self. Tommy Jordan
    Thanks for the feedback. It bogs down quite a bit almost an unsafe amount for high speed riding. Also at what rpms does the PV kick I'm? Thanks again
    powervalves start to open at 5800+ rpms

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