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    Idea for project!

    All these motor swaps got me thinking. Whats another good motor to throw in a GPR.



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    All I can say is you better have big arms,and a deep pocket book if your going to throw any automotive engine in a jet ski
    What about a surf board That would make things much easier

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    Personally if I was going to try to put a "car" motor into a ski I think i would like to use a larger ski (more room) I know the GPR hull is the fastiest out but with the potential power you could make it would not matter. but yes it would be a hell of a lot of work and money!

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    HERES THE ULTIMATE SLEEPER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Drop that motor in a VX110 hull.... and watch the tears fall!

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    Just image a Yamaha SUV with 400 + hp!!

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    That motor right there fellas set up right can make a streetable 1000 All Wheel Horsepower in an Evo. Just think about that in a jet ski....

    http://www.amsperformance.com/store/...roducts_id=515

    There is the turbo kit AMS used. A custom one would have to be made but it is do able.

    http://www.amsperformance.com/store/...urbo%20Kit.JPG
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    Thats waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay out a line.

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    I can see it now!!

    Drop the motor in and line it up in stock motor position,screw the water box, you don't need that on a DRAG monster lol. Replace where the water box was with that GT42R and do all the piping, tuning, ect..

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    GO TO TOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No one would ever be able to catch you.

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    You could'nt hold on to it.That ski would shoot out from under you in a second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    You could'nt hold on to it.That ski would shoot out from under you in a second.
    Lol! We would need to get straps to hold the rider down!




    Anyone feel like putting some MAJOR cash in a ski?
    LOL

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