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    More air flow

    Is there any way to increase the air flow into my GP1200R.


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    There are pieces of black plastic under the cowlings right above the decals at the front of the ski. Use a dremel tool (or tool of choice) and cut that plastic out. This will allow more air to get to the black intake tubes under the cowling.

    Also, cut holes in the storage bin hatch. Not the visor, but the actual hatch that locks. Then cut some holes in the storage bin.

    If you want to move hot air out of the ski put some flowrites in the rear of the seat.

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    good post... i did not drill in my storage bucket i just take it out. make sure your bilge pump works good 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8R View Post
    good post... i did not drill in my storage bucket i just take it out. make sure your bilge pump works good 2

    Also if you take the bucket out make sure not to put anything up front thinking it will stay there because it wont. I had my rope work its way back and get under the shaft cover and made a nice little mess in there for me as it spun and grabed hoses before it locked the engine. Man that crap was wound tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porksword View Post
    Also if you take the bucket out make sure not to put anything up front thinking it will stay there because it wont. I had my rope work its way back and get under the shaft cover and made a nice little mess in there for me as it spun and grabed hoses before it locked the engine. Man that crap was wound tight.
    Only thing I put up front under the bucket is a screw in beach anchor. But yea, don't put a rope it will work its way back easy.

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    Thanks guys great info.

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    when I did my bucket it was an easy 30 RPMs.

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    flyboy, did you remove the bucket or drill holes?

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    I just drilled holes. across the top of the bucket that way I can still use the bucket. I don't like the slop/play when the bucket is removed

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