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    Nozzle Question?

    I have a 98 gp1200 and the nozzle says 65u -10 on it. I thought all 98 and 99 skis have the 5 degree. If so wouldnt it say 65u 5 for 5 degree? Shed some light please. Oh also i know in 98 they made a early 98 which was the red ski(which i have) and a late 98 which was blue.
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    It was either angled or staight, should be pretty obvious.

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    ill get a pic of it later. Well it is obvious it is angled but i was stumped on the number. i thought all 5 degrees were stamped 5? I am at work but be home later tonight. i remeber coming across the same question weeks ago. I think zmann made some comments but i couldn find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krispaintballz View Post
    ill get a pic of it later. Well it is obvious it is angled but i was stumped on the number. i thought all 5 degrees were stamped 5? I am at work but be home later tonight. i remeber coming across the same question weeks ago. I think zmann made some comments but i couldn find it.
    Not sure what the stamp means Kris. It should be a 5 if there is any angle.

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    Trim tabs changed mid year nozzle stayed the same I think but may have changed
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    This is the part # listed for a 98 GP1200

    98=
    65U-R1318-10-00NOZZLE

    97 =
    65U-R1318-00-00NOZZLE


    99 = 65U-R1318-10-00NOZZLE


    Easy tell by looking at the side of the nozzle there is a mark on center either at 0 deg or 5 deg up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Scotsman View Post
    Trim tabs changed mid year nozzle stayed the same I think but may have changed
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    This is the part # listed for a 98 GP1200

    98=
    65U-R1318-10-00NOZZLE

    97 =
    65U-R1318-00-00NOZZLE


    99 = 65U-R1318-10-00NOZZLE


    Easy tell by looking at the side of the nozzle there is a mark on center either at 0 deg or 5 deg up.

    Thats the answer i was looking for thanks.
    It is 5 degree. And now I understand the marking. I was looking at the part #.
    thanks

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