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    Motor flush kit

    What type of connector do you use to flush the engine on a 2000 gp1200r. I thought it was just a regular garden hose fitting, and when I went to connect it looks like you have to use a special nipple or?? Any help would be appreciated.


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    I would imagine it's the standard Yamaha hose adaptor, available from virtually any dealer for a couple of bucks. About the most reasonably priced item Yamaha sells.

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    I carry 2 on me 1 in my truck and 1 in my ski just in case i lose one.

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    Yeah my dealer wants $20

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    Just a reminder, makee sure you start the ski THEN turn water on..... For shutting down, turn water off Then turn ski off...

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