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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    Sounds like a plan Stan. More the merrier.

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    If I put the pontoons on my X-2, am I still legal under sport class width rules?

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    You could strap an outboard to your x2 and be legal.
    Imo, anyone with the sac to race one against blasters and hxs, should be allowed almost anything

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    My sac is too big I think. X-2 won't float with me on it, she goes down every time

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    Ok, now this is just getting weird.

    So, to be clear, the B2 in sport spec would be allowed 85mm max bore and 180psi, right? ...just clarifying that it doesn't have to run the EXACT same rules as a B1 - meaning the B2 gets to run the cylinder it came with from the factory, plus a max of 1mm, correct?

    Just clarifying, not debating. I think a pump gas 760 powered b2 versus a pump gas 701 powered b1 should be a pretty damn fair fight.


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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    That's a good point. B1's are 701 & b2's are 760... it wouldn't make too much sense to downgrade a b2 to 701cc. I say just run it with the 760 in there..the ski is a tank and lacks top speed so it needs that extra power. Good luck finishing in the top 3 in spec on a B2...

    I think most people interested in running a b2 would prob run GP not Spec. At least in GP I think they'd have more of a fighting chance with most GP boats hovering around 140hp or more its harder to ride them. The B2 was made for a triple.

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    Quote Originally Posted by HX RACER View Post
    That's a good point. B1's are 701 & b2's are 760... it wouldn't make too much sense to downgrade a b2 to 701cc. I say just run it with the 760 in there..the ski is a tank and lacks top speed so it needs that extra power. Good luck finishing in the top 3 in spec on a B2...

    I think most people interested in running a b2 would prob run GP not Spec. At least in GP I think they'd have more of a fighting chance with most GP boats hovering around 140hp or more its harder to ride them. The B2 was made for a triple.
    Agreed on leaving the 760 in the b2. I figured that was inferred, but it should be made clear.

    Yeah, the b2 would be better served with an extra cylinder, but it still could be a cheap way to get into sport spec = already has a decent pipe, dual 44s, big pump. Just mill the head and play with prop/ride plate/intake grate and you're racing in the spirit of sport spec.


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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    I dig it. 760 b2s to the line!
    Jetskis are stupid.

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    B2 will always be Yamaha's red headed stepchild.... But I'll welcome it to the Sport Class!

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    Re: Sport Spec/GP with a twist

    Quote Originally Posted by fox river pwc View Post
    Ok, now this is just getting weird.

    So, to be clear, the B2 in sport spec would be allowed 85mm max bore and 180psi, right? ...just clarifying that it doesn't have to run the EXACT same rules as a B1 - meaning the B2 gets to run the cylinder it came with from the factory, plus a max of 1mm, correct?

    Just clarifying, not debating. I think a pump gas 760 powered b2 versus a pump gas 701 powered b1 should be a pretty damn fair fight.
    Exactly Correct .. We have a stock bore B2 with a riva wet pipe, a set of black jack 44s, V-Force reeds, impeller, intake grate & ride plate ( going to slap a head on it ) - this will be the region 8 spec class guinea pig.
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