Thread: 2005 PUMP CONVERSION PARTS LIST.
12-20-2005, 06:52 PM #1
2005 PUMP CONVERSION PARTS LIST.
If you are considering converting to the 05 pump "combo" here is the Parts list with part numbers for a "complete" shaft/stator/bearings/seals/85 mm reduction nozzle/pump cone assembly.
You can save money by using your current driveshaft. I chose to order a new one.
This list does not include the 2" extension. I did not need the 2" extension on my 2000 GPR.
The driveshaft on the 2005 GPR is the same as the 2000-2001-2003-2004
2002 uses a different Driveshaft.
The list does not include the dyna-fly impeller.
You know where to go for that :P
These part numbers are from www.boats.net
I did not list prices for due respect.
OEM Part Numbers
yamaha 66V-45511-00-00 SHAFT, DRIVE
yamaha 60T-51318-00-94 NOZZLE
yamaha 66V-R1348-10-00 SPACER
yamaha 9299R-16600-00 WASHER
yamaha 93306-304U1-00 BEARING
yamaha 90110-06822-00 BOLT, HEXAGON SOCK
yamaha 6B6-51326-10-00 CAP
yamaha 93306-205U0-00 BEARINGThis part has been replaced by [93306-205U1-00] and may be substituted.
yamaha 65V-45538-00-00 SPACER 1
yamaha 93101-28M66-00 OIL SEAL
yamaha 93101-28002-00 OIL SEAL
yamaha 6B6-51315-00-94 DUCT, IMPELLER
yamaha 93210-464A3-00 O-RING(JN7)
yamaha 9531P-16700-00 NUT
12-20-2005, 09:22 PM #2
12-20-2005, 09:53 PM #3
will need 5 longer bolts for the swap with the 2 inch extension. when going from one without
12-20-2005, 10:14 PM #4
90119-06859-00 BOLT, WITH WASHER ONE
90119-10803-00 BOLT, WITH WASHER FOUR
Yeah, it's in the list.
12-21-2005, 12:09 AM #5
Can you elaborate on the 2002 driveshaft? If I don't plan to do the 2" extension, do I still need a different driveshaft for my '02? What's the difference in the '02 shaft, anyway?
12-21-2005, 08:16 AM #6
The 2002 year is the ONLY year with a shorter driveshaft.
Why? Who the hell knows!
Yamaha introduced the intermeddiate shaft that is now used on the 2003 and up on your ski. Consider it a blessing in disguise...you don't have to pull your engine forward to do a 2" extension upgrade.
So here are YOUR options:
1. 2" extension only: Buy all the parts, and replace your driveshaft.
2. 2005 pump upgrade only: Buy all the parts and use same driveshaft.
3. Do both: which will include replacing the driveshaft.
In short, if you are NOT doing the 2" extention for THE 2002 MODEL GPR ONLY, then you don't need a new driveshaft. If you do the extension upgrade, you are one step ahead of the game.
The biggest hassle in doing the 2" extention, is that the GP1200R rideplate will not fit without major grinding. You must releave the rear of the rideplate, where it touches the 2" extension, as well as the area around the base of the nozzle. There are pics on the 2" extension thread and on my webpage.
12-22-2005, 10:59 AM #7
So what is the best way to move the engine forward to change the 2 inch shaft? Does the entire pipe need to go? Motor mounts?
Does anyone have pics?
Thanks and Happy Holidays!
12-22-2005, 10:09 PM #8
dont move the engine forward an worry about the shims. take the support out that the electrical box bolts to. right in front of the battery. unbolt it from the hull and cut away the glue.
12-25-2005, 01:31 AM #9
We put the 05 pump on BDNJ's ski today. Its a plug & play install. He has the IR plate and no grinding of the plate or pump was necessary. Brendan got the 05 pump kit from Carl at Island Racing.
01-10-2006, 02:25 AM #10Originally Posted by SUCKMYWAKE
We were looking at this tonight. Honestly, I'm a little wary of ungluing the stringer plate, and then getting the engine to line back up afterwards.
Has anyone inspected the alignment AFTER disturbing the stringer plate?
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