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    Fs - 2004 gp1300r

    2004 GP1300R with 110.7 hours on it. $2999
    Located In Atlanta Ga
    I've never beached it but it does have some scrapes and marks from the previous owner. The nose also has some slight damage that appears someone ran into a dock. It was this way when I purchased it and I had intended to repair it but since itís purely cosmetic, I just never got around to it. The engine runs strong and Iíve never had any problems with it. I have always run Amsoil in it. Itís never been in Saltwater and always garage kept.

    Current modifications are: PVC Free Flow Exhaust, Reinforced Pump Tunnel, RIVA GPR Pump Seal Kit, Commercial Tinytach, Riva Cat Removal D-plate, Riva Cat Temp Sensor Chip, Riva Pro-Series E.F.I. Control Unit, 05' Pump Conversion, Solas YG-DF 14/20 DynaFly Impeller, Jetworks Kit, VF-3 Reeds, Riva Race Filter, R&D Intake Grate, R&D Rideplate, ProTaper SE Handlebar.

    I have also installed a depth gauge where the fuel shut off would have been, I never got the sensor to read correctly through the hull, so the sensor hasnít been permanently mounted yet.

    It comes with the single ski Comfab trailer seen in the photos, 2 life vest and a couple of gallons of Amsoil. I also have all the original parts except the exhaust box and I have all the receipts from the aftermarket parts.

    The ski will run 69mph with a single rider pretty consistently. I have always used a Garmin GPS for my speed tests. These are the fastest runs I have measured:

    71.7 mph @ 7108rpm
    71.8 mph @ 7100rpm
    72.4 mph @ 7147rpm
    73.1 mph @ 7161rpm


    Note: The Garmin in the photos is not included with the ski.
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    Last edited by Super; 12-13-2008 at 08:33 PM.


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    Good deal mang!

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    Wow! what a deal....

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    You would think someone would be interested...

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    Can you take some pictures of the marks on the bottom of the hull

    Have you checked the compression???

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    I just checked the compression and it reads from the front cylinder 110 - 110 - 111. I have no idea what the compression should be and I have no idea how accurate the tester is, but the consistent reading should be worth something. I just read a post stating I should have had the throttle open while testing so I don't know what that would have done to the results. I'm also around 1000 feet above sea level.

    Its quite difficult to take photos underneath it while it on the trailer but this should give an idea of what I'm talking about.


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    Can you take some pictures of the marks on the bottom of the hull

    Have you checked the compression???
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    Sounds about right for a closed throttle check. 130ish is about right for throttle open, and plugs in the other cylinders. Nice price, good ski. Why oh why are they always on that side of the USA.

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    Thanks for the info... I might redo the test with the throttle open just to see.

    Sounds like you live on the wrong side of the US

    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    Sounds about right for a closed throttle check. 130ish is about right for throttle open, and plugs in the other cylinders. Nice price, good ski. Why oh why are they always on that side of the USA.

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