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    Suggestions for a Gp1200r

    Well guys i need to pull my motor out of my 2002 G1200R Ski so while im at it im going to redo it to get some nice power out of it. Im fairly new to this and i want to make sure i do the right mods to the ski. I want the ski to be reliable but i know that with mods it can only be so reliable i just want to be able to enjoy a full tank of gas with out any problems.

    So what you guys suggest to do about cylinder and head work?
    What carbsto match with it?
    What other Mods are suggest to do while the motor is out? Fly wheel?

    I would appreciate help for this Noob here...I did some search and i learned some just not direct answers.

    Thanks In advance for you help.

    Cheers,
    Fernando


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    why are you pulling the motor?

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    I need to pull the motor out to swap to a new hull...my hull got damaged during the huricane.

    Fernando

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    speed cost money ,how fast do you what to go? do you what to do top end or whole motor /how many hrs on ski (poor thing been thur storm)

    later cd

    ps, there's another Fernando out there!!!

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    oh ya, i forgot about the storm

    if you havent gotten one yet theres a nice hull for sale on ebay right now--

    and ya, depends on how much you wana spend and what kind of performace you want....

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    I would be happy with 75 Plus...but dont know how easy that is possible..i also want to make sure i have a realiable ski since i do mostly ocean riding i dont want to stay stranded or it give me problems all the time...

    I checked the hull on ebay contacted the seller already..

    Fernando

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    75+ is no problem here. You may want to get "the package" from Fercho for $750 with all the info you need. Send the cylinders and cases to Lowell Horning in Montana, he knows what to do. You can have him port the 1200 or bore it to 1300 or 1400. It really all depends on your budget though as all the parts can get a bit expensive. You need to change the pump to the new 05-06' high pressure with the 14/20 dynafly prop, rideplate, intake grate, etc., all need to be changed.

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    WOW Voodoo thanks for the info...its funny i just finished reading post on another forum with some very useful information...basically it says in detail what you just suggested.

    Cheers,
    Fernando

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    Fernando, give me a ring 786 512 6236 im also in miami and at one point I was in the same shoes you are in and you are definetly in the right place. good luck

    David

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