Thread: GP1200R Weight
07-21-2008, 04:17 PM #1
Does anyone know the actual weight of a 2000 gp1200r? I have seen a couple different numbers...I am looking at a lift and its rated for 600lbs...
07-21-2008, 04:21 PM #2
Hit search key, it has been discussed many times..
07-21-2008, 04:36 PM #3
really? I cant seem to find info anywhere...searched everything...service manual says 675lbs...I just find that hard to believe, but it must be true!
07-21-2008, 05:25 PM #4
07-21-2008, 06:11 PM #5
From a quick Google search...
SpecificationsRated Horsepower 155 hp @ 7,000 rpmEngine Type 3-Cylinder, 2-StrokeBore x Stroke / mm 80 X 78mmDisplacement 1176ccCompression Ratio 5.9:1Fuel Regular UnleadedType of Intake Reed ValveType of Lubrication Variable Oil InjectionCooling WaterStarting ElectricCarburetor (3) Mikuni Super BN 44 with Accelerator PumpPump 155mm Axial Flow Single Stage with Q.S.T.S.Transmission Direct Drive From EngineImpeller 3-Blade, Stainless Steel (15.6 pitch)Length 115.4 in.(2.93m)Width 45.3 in.(1.15m)Height 40.2 in.(1.02m)Seat Length 37.4 in. /35 in.(.95m/.89m)Dry Weight 673 lbs (306kg)Vehicle Capacity 1 or 2 person / 352lbs (160kg)Fuel Capacity 15.9 gal (60L) including 2.32 gal reserveOil Capacity 1.06 gal (4L)Storage Capacity 4.23 gal (16L)Hull Material SMCWarranty 1 year limited warranty (optional 12/24/36 month Yamaha Extended Service plan available)So with gas and a rider, you're looking at 800ish pounds loaded weight.
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