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    2008 Houston Boat Show

    Here is a few pictures of the engine and rear compartment of the Yamaha SHO. Notice how the rear looks very simular to the GPR, pump brackets, tunnel etc. I am assuming that once mods start on this ski the pump tunnel will need to be reinforced etc... There is alot of room in the back but not much in the engine compartment. I like it!!
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    Notice the kink in the flush hose, maybe something to look at when you get it home or at the shop you purchase it at. Sure would suck if someone new and all excited got one home and went to flush it and ran it hot.. Just a observation I caught at the show..
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    I saw that kink too !

    He are some when we went
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDome View Post
    Here is a few pictures of the engine and rear compartment of the Yamaha SHO. Notice how the rear looks very simular to the GPR, pump brackets, tunnel etc. I am assuming that once mods start on this ski the pump tunnel will need to be reinforced etc... There is alot of room in the back but not much in the engine compartment. I like it!!
    What makes ya think the tunnel will need beefed??

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