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    gp800r and gp1200r hull differences?

    i remember reading that the 800 hull was a little different than the 12 or 13's ??? anyone know for sure?


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    Internally mounts etc.
    Externally the same.

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    yes the motor mounting locations are different

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    Remy, are you looking for a hull? If so, I have a bright yellow hull I need to get out of my garage.

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    rear mounts the same .. front mounts roughly 100mm shorter..reason why i have a mint gp800r hull doing nothing
    not true its a good door stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffsntx View Post
    Remy, are you looking for a hull? If so, I have a bright yellow hull I need to get out of my garage.
    wow remy if you get it just dont forget your sun glasses..

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    How much Jeff?

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    $650.00 for the hull, cowlings, shoe, steering stem, steering cable and transom plate. It does have brand new Hydroturf on it. Everything else got transfered to a clean 02 hull. It looks good from a distance, but could use a paint job.


    Edit to add: It does have the late model shoe and plate brackets in it. And a home done tunnel reinf. (6 layers of fiberglass)
    Last edited by jeffsntx; 08-20-2007 at 11:43 AM.

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    Can the front mounts be relocated to accomodate the 3 cylinder ?
    Or it a totally different design on the stringers ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    Can the front mounts be relocated to accomodate the 3 cylinder ?
    Or it a totally different design on the stringers ?

    I have never personally looked in a 800 hull, but i would think that all you would have to do is cut a hole in the stringer, drill the rivets out of the mounts and then slide them forward to the correct location. Then all you would have to do is glass over the hole that you cut.

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