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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    what motor mounts are you using?

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Norm's original 1100 is the reason I am working on a Kawi 1100 Blaster. Once you ride one you will be hooked !!

    Also I had front row seat (3rd place) to see him lead a Polaris 785 by the nose at our last race in Nor Cal.

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Quote Originally Posted by SBrider View Post
    what motor mounts are you using?
    These are Kawi 440/550 mounts with a 3/8" 6061 aluminum. You will need to shim it up 1/16".

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    what boat is the mid shaft from? this looks so easy, i cant wait to start my build, just need to fix my week spark problem with my motor.

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Yep, real easy. The hardest part was to hunt down the shorter mounts. Midshaft is from GP800 or GP1200. Mine is from a GP800.
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    im using a 98 xl1200 for the donor motor, you think mid shaft will work or should i use stock blaster midshaft?

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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    The GP 800 midshaft is shorter then the blaster midshaft. I have a stock blaster midshaft on my Yami 1100. I really like how it rides, but on this 1200 I wanted to move it back to see both side of the world. I also have a 155 pump in the 1100 and going with a 144 pump in the 1200.

    On your xl1200 midshaft, take off the triangular part and look inside the shaft. If you see splines 1" from your eyeball you can use it. Some midshafts have splines real deep and will not spline to your driveshaft because your driveshaft is not that long.
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Also filled in the driveshaft area for better flow.. I use a 3/4" pvc glued in with polyurethane and filled with micro balloons/epoxy resin.
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    Alright Norm, Yammie 1100's, Yammie 1200's, GP927, 951, Kawi 1100....what next??
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    Re: Yamabooeey's 1200 B1

    I'm taking notes here. So far this looks like the most cost effective way of doing the conversion.
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