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    Quick Poll - Riva or R&D 87mm Exit nozzle

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    For a GPR? Neither - use the OEM nozzle from '00-'02 and remove the visibility spout and siphon insert, fill with JB-Weld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smackwave View Post
    For a GPR? Neither - use the OEM nozzle from '00-'02 and remove the visibility spout and siphon insert, fill with JB-Weld.

    Yeah its for a GP1300R - will also have the 14/20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcorallo View Post
    Yeah its for a GP1300R - will also have the 14/20.
    The DFly is a lot of prop for a stock motor. It will be hard to turn even with an 87mm hole.

    There are two Yamaha 87mm nozels. The GPR1200 has 87mm 5* nozel, the XL_1200 has 87mm 3* nozel.

    I normaly run the 87mm 3* nozel for the hookup in rough water. It's ~100RPM higher and ~1MPH slower than stock but the added hookup is worth it where I ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smackwave View Post
    For a GPR? Neither - use the OEM nozzle from '00-'02 and remove the visibility spout and siphon insert, fill with JB-Weld.
    Yup. A pic w/the vis spout ground off and holes filled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smackwave View Post
    For a GPR? Neither - use the OEM nozzle from '00-'02 and remove the visibility spout and siphon insert, fill with JB-Weld.

    What is special about that nozzle?

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    My favorite is the 85 mm nozzle. I ran that with a DF 14/20 on a 1200 with V-Force reeds and 140 cranking compression. I also ran a DF 14/24 with that same setup in winter temps. I put the 87 mm nozzle on with the 14/24 for summer heat.

    stock ignition too
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