gkecorp: That is alright compression. Unless it isn't running good, I wouldn't do a top end. As for your question, No, you don't have to take the motor out. Just have someone help you when you lower the cylinders back on, it takes small hands to compress the rings on the pistons.(jax here)
Chris Bahr: I just bought a 99' gp1200 npv and the cylinder are 92psi,110psi,120psi... how hard is it to do top end and do you have to pull motor ? I rebuild kawasaki stand ups and they are straight foward and one carb to adjust.. any info would help ... I live in Tampa Bay Area
omar arriaga: i dot see your videos that you rebuilt this engine maybe dint came the way you wanted im goint toway to see rebuilt videos see you soon
PBSFACTORY Personal Business Solutions: Hey am in Miami got any more
hamann dinan: ahhh , i m in Canada Ottawa :(
gkecorp: Yes still for sale. i am in Jacksonville FL !! Email me
hamann dinan: still for sale ? where are u from ?
gkecorp: Specs on this machine, it is for sale!!
99 GP1200 - R&D Intake Grate, R&D Ride Plate, Riva Sponsons, K&N Flame Arrestors, R&D Billet Head, Solas Impeller, Wiseco Shaved Flat-Tops(these replaced the dominators), Pro-Tec Intake,UMI Steering, R&D Dominator Sleeves w/ Team Scream Race Porting, Larger Intake/Exhaust Ports
gkecorp: Thanks. I have 3 of them now, rebuilt all fo them. Know em inside and out. The bars are UMI steering. Only need a hose for a longer idle session, a few seconds wont hurt. Its for sale if you want it: $2000 with trailer.
skateemerica134: beautiful machine i have the same one but not like those handle bars, u should also run a hose threw it if ur going to gun it like that.
gkecorp: Got it to 65mph! Not bad for a first time rebuild (rookie) See you on greenhulk!
Lisa R: Love the facial expression
99' Yamaha Waverunner GP1200 (Rebuild 1st Start)5
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gkecorp: That is alright compression. Unless it isn't running good, I wouldn't do a top end. As for your question, No, you don't have to take the motor out. Just have someone help you when you lower the cylinders back on, it takes small hands to compress the rings on the pistons.(jax here) Leonardo Alex: @chocolatekiwitea what ? SuperBardley: A woodworker suggestion: I routinely use General Finishes' "Seal-a-Cell" on raw wood as a base sealer. This is a critical step when staining, as it penetrates and seals the wood's pores and cells so that the wood takes the stain uniformly, and it helps protect it as well as to harden it at the surface. Something to consider is that this will seriously reduce or eliminate the tendency of open pored woods like oak and alder/birch to get artificial really dark/defined grain, so if one wants intense grain or to bring out subtle grain, then it's good to test on scrap material before committing to one method or the other. The end look of Seal-a-Cell itself is neutral. Heret1cDAO: 20 марта? antlr music: Not saying I don't think it's okay but I just wanted to point that out Jon Snow: mmm, can i eat some dairy milk: good good