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    Spare parts

    Hi, are there any spare parts that are affordable to keep onhand? Which parts fail most often (that can be replaced without too much trouble)P.S. always have spare sparkplugs !


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    Not really needed. You bought a yamaha not a kawasaki. Your welcome to check out my ski anytime since your so close and ill show you any mod you'd like to do and id be more than glad to help you along the way! Did anyone tell you about the Barnagat inlet yet?

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    No I know it's rough but let's here it!I'm going to lunch now but will read we I get back!!
    scott
    P.S. Thank you I would like to see how you did afew things like pump tunnel reinf,and to ask about d-plated proceedure?
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    Reinforcement is not done yet... But will be before the season starts... barnagat is a whole new world of fun and fear... You will gladly piss yourself the first time out.. How us jersey folk get down... or up if you will......




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    1. Cylinder
    2. Head Gasket
    3. Piston Kit
    4. Impeller
    5. Spark Plugs
    6. Cylinder head
    7. Hose clamps
    8. Money for gas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkaddict View Post
    Reinforcement is not done yet... But will be before the season starts... barnagat is a whole new world of fun and fear... You will gladly piss yourself the first time out.. How us jersey folk get down... or up if you will......



    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!Good job Ink!!But I think i'll put a few more hours on it first!I haven't riden since 1993.I'll have to ask my wife for my boys back.

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    rx951,is that for the 1200 or the rxp?
    scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkriver View Post
    rx951,is that for the 1200 or the rxp?
    scott
    since this is in the Yamaha General Discussion section, I assumed the GP1200R.

    These spare parts apply to for the GP1300R. I personally use to keep everything needed for a whole motor -less a crank. Ya just never know what may happen when you build up a motor for performance.

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    Sorry RX951.You were the 1ST to welcome me here! Ithought you were kidding!That sounds like alittle much to carry around.I was thinking more along the lines of a sensor , switch or something!I'm not a race team and I launch four miles from home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkriver View Post
    Sorry RX951.You were the 1ST to welcome me here! Ithought you were kidding!That sounds like alittle much to carry around.I was thinking more along the lines of a sensor , switch or something!I'm not a race team and I launch four miles from home.
    thanks,
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    I think RX951 was talking about what to keep in your shop, not your tool box.
    Spark plugs are a given but I also keep spare s/s clamps of all sizes, a fuel filter or 2, and a all in one tool such as a Gerber. Of course the clamps and fuel filters stay in the truck tool box.
    That's all I can think of but I am sure I am missing something.

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