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    my YamaDoo

    I love it !!! I love it !!! I love it !!!
    If you are condsidering building one DO IT you will never regret it!!!

    I got to give a big Thanks to Mark (Hydrotoys)without him it wouldn't of happened.
    Also a big Thanks go out to Jerry (Green Hulk)for doing my supercharger, his store, and encouraging me

    I got it on the water last weekend to do some preliminary testing didn't have the intercooler in or anything just needed to hear it run and see that it didn't have any water leaks.
    This weekend turned into the test weekend all I can say it is awesome!!!
    The testing conditions were bad, windy and the river was running about 2 mph hard to get any good numbers but got 80 going up stream with me and a buddy on it after my 1300 croaked.
    He was drive so don't blame me for being crazy, I guess we both are it didn't seam that fast as it is locked down good.
    At this point I would call it a 82 mph boat as my GPS reading were all over the board between 81 and 84
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    Congrats on your accomplishment.

    Just wait till you add power. OMG these engine react NICELY.

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    Nice glass work too!!!


    Make sure to cut as close to that rear bolt hole plate as possible!!! This is borderline close!

    Last edited by Hydrotoys; 10-04-2007 at 07:32 PM.

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    Congrats! Way to go! So much for the reliable 1300 eh? As hydrolock said, add some aftermarket goodies and really feel the power of the conversions.

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    As hydrolock said,

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    Very nice work Neil, glad you finally got it to the water. Just wait until you add an intercooler. Upper 80's won't be a problem.

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    Correction the first weekend out I didn't have no intercooler had the block off in and didn't get time to make the mounts for my external cooler.
    Those numbers are with the Green Wheel, 48 pound injectors, and external intercooler.
    but I was sucking warm air from inside my hull when put the cooler in I changed my air intake and didn't mount it and it would just come apart so I turn the elbow up on top the engine and rode it that way for all my numbers like in the picture of my first air intake system
    here is my cooler and mounts the bottum mount bolts on were the factory carrier bear support (that we remove) bolts down, top mounts get bolted on right out through the side of the hull.
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    my first air intake before I changed it
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    another crackhead hits the water

    congrats on the conversion !.....sh!t....you guys are killin me these conversions are popping up all over the place !

    I see 2008 as a big year for the conversion sprout

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    That right 951
    Ride one once and you will be addicted.
    Here is a picture of the donnor craft and the finished project
    there is alot details to finish up yet, my goal was a reliable, fast ride.
    Me and 2 strokes don't get along they have cost me a small fortune I was trying to get in the upper 70's with out much success, drop a Rotax in bingo low 80's and I haven't even started tuneing the hull in.
    I am done with the 2 strokes I might be selling my ported 1300 that just croaked.
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