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    Question How much is to much??

    Hey All,
    I ride mainly in waves because I like to jump and get a lot of air. Does anyone have an idea about how much water should get into the hull when doing a lot of riding in waves? I do not want to seal everything for obvious reasons; a lot of you guys know the GP1200R is already starved for air.


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    I wavejump every weekend. I submerge my ski, flip it over in the water to clean trash out of the intake. my plastics are cut out under the fairings.

    Between the siphon and electric bilge(factory on 03-up 1300's) i dont have any problems while riding.

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    Too much is the amount it takes to get in your carbs and take out the motor. if you have aftermarkey Flame arrestors I suggest you run outerwears on them. Put in a electric bilge pump if you haven't already

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    Too much is the amount it takes to get in your carbs and take out the motor. if you have aftermarkey Flame arrestors I suggest you run outerwears on them. Put in a electric bilge pump if you haven't already
    Thank you OsideBill....You guys always have the answers...Well most of the time...

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    I forgot to mention. Im still using the factory (gutted) airbox. I'd be to worried to use the race filters for the type riding i do.

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    That is my setup too..

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    Whats your rpms with that setup??

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    i jump all the time...granted there not "waves", but i do submarine alot

    if you got a bilge you'll be fine. especially if your running the stock airbox..

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    Long live the helmet cam!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIDEALLDAY View Post
    Long live the helmet cam!

    dont leave home without it!! i just got an 18 hour battery, so im gonna have video of ALL of mudbug!! on the water, at the hotel, eating crawfish, getting sprayed by the propski!! woo hoo cant wait..

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