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    My GP1200 water leak in action!!!

    I figured I would make a video of my water leak on my stinger so that everyone can see it in action... Here it is.....




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    That sucks.Cant you have it welded or just find another pipe,probably pretty cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    That sucks.Cant you have it welded or just find another pipe,probably pretty cheap.
    Oh yea im definitly replacing the stinger on it ASAP and wont be riding it until its fixed...hopefully i can get it and put it on sometime next week....i could have it welded but i dont really want to go that route

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    *COUGH COUGH* JB Weld for now *COUGH*

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    I pm'd you but I have it cheap.

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    Is the head a RIVA limited edition head? Is this a GP1200R limited edition ,only 50 were made. The Four holes that should hold the pipe bracket look too big . Are they threaded?

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    Wink

    Just looked at the Video again. It is a 155hp Riva GP1200R , you may have to call Riva about the bracket that holds the pipe to ensure you get the right mounting hardware.

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    It is a 135hp 65U.

    You HAVE to use the pipe stay that has the engine lifting eye on it (or whatever comes with that aftermarket head) or this will keep happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    Just looked at the Video again. It is a 155hp Riva GP1200R , you may have to call Riva about the bracket that holds the pipe to ensure you get the right mounting hardware.
    Well its actaully the 185 hp #11/50 that orginally had triples on it but the guy took them off....its the riva yamaha gp1200r

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    J-me his was the 185hp gp1200R3 from 1999. Adam was saying the single pipe version was the first gp1200R made by riva in 1999 and put out 155hp with TJ's special sauce. Yami stole the name and made the 155hp gp1200R powervalve crap the next yr.

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