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    Thumbs up Gpr 140 for the Hell of it!

    Did this set up just to feel how it handled and performed.
    I was totally satisfied
    63-64mph and hookup in big chop was incredable.
    no tuning, just a stock fx 140 motor.
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    Looks like it just drops in how different were the mounts and driveline position?

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    add a supercharger and you'll be in business

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    Thumbs up GPR 140

    Took about 3hrs. just a little cutting in the hull and bottom of stock seat.
    The whole motor goes right in, just remove the oil filter.
    The motor mounts all line up and you have to use the FX intermediate shaft and the pump.You dont have to use the BIG waterbox from the FX, just adapt the gpr one to save from cutting that section, it gave the bike the same speed .
    Yes I have plans to TURBO the motor in due time.
    Its a lot easier than installing the Sea Doo motor
    I will post Pics of the Hull and seat if you would like?
    I'm the one that built the FX 1390 triple pipe two stroke.
    Now that Boat Rocks!!!

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    DP,

    Is there a turbo kit for the 140? If so, do you have any links?

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    It looks great!!! Post up lots of pics !

    This also tells me the SHO engine will be going in some GPR's VERY soon.


    Great work!

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    Very cool. I like it because it is something different.

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    Very nice !!

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    YOU WATCHING Mr Yamaha Corp

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    Makes you wonder if you will be able to drop in a motor from the FX SHO into the GPR? That could be a fun ski.

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