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    Guess its time to part out.

    Well the gpr died on me yesterday. Was running great all day, then loss of power followed by alot of noise.
    I expected it to be cylinder 3, the one I replaced when I got the ski. No.. it was cylinder 2, and im pretty sure it lost a wrist pin bearing.
    Guess im going to part it out and look for an sho motor. No more carbs for me.
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    How much for the carbs, wave eater clips, and aftermarket F/A's if that's what you were run'n. Are you selling any body stuff or just part'n out the motor?

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    Waveeaters with couplers for 75 shipped, used them less than 5 hours. Carbs are 300 shipped obo. Balanced and jetted 120 mains 110 pilot 1.5ns 95g spring accel pump disabled not removed, can use as a primer. Just rebuilt in august and they were super clean inside when I rebuilt them. I didnt get the F/A's yet, I was running a gutted box.

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    Doing an sho build, so only body parts will be the cluster.

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    Did you polish the throttle shafts when you rebuilt the carbs to fix the sticking throttle issue common to the GPR? Also, are the chokes in tact or does it have the primer mod?

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    I didnt polis the shafts because I had no troubles with them. I could do it before I sent them out though. Chokes still intact. Let me know, if you want them I will send them pretty much however you want.

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    The shaft polish procedure is a bit of an endeavor, especially if you do all three. I did just one last week as I was having a sticky problem. Let me know if you do it. It takes a special small screw as the existing ones in the butterfly aren't reusable. I ordered a bunch and have leftovers you are welcome to. Sorry to hear about the failure

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    It rained for my 2 days off. I still might rebuild it. But after having a different cylinder fail im thinking I would have to go through the whole thing. Without a garage it would really be a pain. I will let you know about those screws.

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    Let me know if you are selling the cluster. Looks like I need one.

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    Doing an SHO build would be an even bigger pain without a garage, no ?

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