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    2000 GPR1200 motor dead?

    I have a 2000 GPR1200 purchased about 3 weeks ago that currently has 101hrs. Already done the waveater clips and couplers and a d-plate and sensor. Anyway out riding this week bout 300 ft from boat dock at about 40 mph the engine bogged and died waited a few min and it started back so i turned around and headed back ran bout 30 sec and died again tried to start back and sounded like the batterys dead. waited and it started back so i idled back to the dock when i got home took out the plugs and the rear cyl plug was dry. so i got on some forums and read bout the oil lines and sure enough thats what it was cause i found oil in the hull. comp check 110,110,70 any thoughts is the bottom end damaged for sure or is there a possiblity that i could just cyl it and be good.any answers app please be very specfic as i am a rookie thanks


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    Well if your engine is dead..............I'll have a nice 1200R stock engine for sale........it has wave clips,D-plate,free flo, re-jetted carbs,flame arresters.

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    Only way to know is pull the jug and check the crank. If it still has 70 psi thats not too bad. I would think it would be ok. Check the manuel for specs on the crank. Where are you located?

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    Hey JWBANKS..

    First up welcome to Greenhulk..

    Bad luck on your engine.. not the best first post eh..??

    On to business.. IF you're a lucky S.O.a.B then maybe you'll get away with a piston/cylinder combo..??

    As i said maybe..

    This is due to the same oil line also feeding/lubricating the crank bearings in that cylinder..!!

    If you're in anyway mechanically minded and handy with the old spanners..

    You can easily repair this sucker yourself.. saving a ton of cash..!!!

    The first order of business, IF you're going to repair it yourself is get the cylinder head of it..

    Take some pictures then post em here..!!!

    Theres a LOT of talented 2smoke guys on here..

    All only too happy to help mate..

    Good luck whatever you decide to do with it...

    Gerry

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    thanks guys for the info
    tx21 im in east ky im gonna take the head off tommorrow and see what ive got if its too bad im thinkin bout a sbt engine any thoughts on that

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    I would not put a SBT engine in anything that I own even if I was selling it tomorrow.

    I will leave it at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwbanks View Post
    thinkin bout a sbt engine

    dont waste your time, we all have extra parts to help with your rebuild,,,plus when your done you'll know the motor,,

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    im not an engine builder at all i mean i can change the engine out things like that but no been in any type of engine much what bout a rebuilt engine from atlantic jet sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwbanks View Post
    im not an engine builder at all i mean i can change the engine out things like that but no been in any type of engine much what bout a rebuilt engine from atlantic jet sports
    you dont need to be an "engine builder", just need some tools and motivation.
    i dont know about atlantic js, as its simple enough to do rebuilds myself....

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    so i couldnt stand it and took the head off the engine the walls are scratched pretty bad got some pics but having trouble finding my memory card adpt so i assume ill need a jug and piston for it and if thats correct is there any way i can itstall them without removing the engine to take the rod off the crank

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