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    PWCToday.com Is My Home Away From Home Yamabooeey's Avatar
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    Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Well, just got the motor in. Basically all stock with the shorter midshaft. Now the fun stuff begins.
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    looks great Norm! keep the pics coming! cant wait to see whats in store for the fun

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    How yours coming along?
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    good! bought some GRS 46 carbs from Wayne. should be here tomorrow. Inland jet pipe is welded up and ready to go. rear water box is modded and in. Foam was a pain in the rear end to get out. dual cool is tapped on the pump, manifold, and head. UMI installed w/ Fly bars. Found a good deal on a JD toploader and plate finally. Basically all that I need to get around to doing is running waterlines, gas line, install carbs, and glass in the stock exhaust exit

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Quote Originally Posted by vshockey10 View Post
    good! bought some GRS 46 carbs from Wayne. should be here tomorrow. Inland jet pipe is welded up and ready to go. rear water box is modded and in. Foam was a pain in the rear end to get out. dual cool is tapped on the pump, manifold, and head. UMI installed w/ Fly bars. Found a good deal on a JD toploader and plate finally. Basically all that I need to get around to doing is running waterlines, gas line, install carbs, and glass in the stock exhaust exit
    Hmmmm, wonder how you came up with that mounting method????
    Too many skis
    Will work for garage space...

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnfrmcal View Post
    Hmmmm, wonder how you came up with that mounting method????
    You quoted the wrong person.
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Awesome Norm!

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Looking great Norm. Is this motor going to be more rearward than your other tow triples? Will be interesting to see how this motor performs compared to the Blaster doo and John's kawi.

    How awesome is it to have skis with this type of power than run on pump gas?

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    Looking Good Norm.
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottie Mac View Post
    Looking great Norm. Is this motor going to be more rearward than your other tow triples? Will be interesting to see how this motor performs compared to the Blaster doo and John's kawi.

    How awesome is it to have skis with this type of power than run on pump gas?

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    Yes, this is more rearward using the 1200 midshaft. I saw that there was room to move it back so I'll give it a try to compare with the others. Although I really do like the way my yami 1100 rides.

    Definitely awesome conversions, even a hack like me can do it. And you're right about the power to cost ratio, can't beat that. Best of all is lots more fun to ride and race.
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