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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Giovana Galanti dos Santos:+Vanessa Lino oiii,grava um video falando qual camera vc usa,qual editor vc usa,iluminação...bju estou curiosa pra saber...te amo💕 raziel a: disculpa tu blog esta cerrado? Jos Poortman: he might be a bit overreacting, but I have to agree on the sound quality. I know Philips makes awesome headphones (for instance the CityScape line) when it comes to a well balanced sound. I tried these Stretch Headphones in a store and really wanted them to sound nice because the fit and comfort were amazing. Unfortunately, to me, there was indeed quite a lot of heavy, puffy bass and no crisp at all in the higher frequencies (which for instance are so good in other Philips headphones), indeed a bit like listening through a pillow or something. I like my headphones to create a spacious and open sound and these were in that way a disappointment, especially knowing the quality of Philips' other headphone designs. But I understand that it is also a matter of taste, like the appreciation of its looks which for me are fantastic! Falcons8455: what are all the mods that he is using? Lupe Salas: Cuanto dura el bronceado en el cuerpo? EngineerRailMan: Has anyone tried to use a three wheeled tender drive? That could have Toby an actual J70 Noi:z: I do Ninjutsu and the rituals they do there look definitely like those in Nin-Jutsu, and Ninja use ANYTHING as weapon just so you know ;)... Ninjas don't have a fixed weapon-set since it is kinda a limitation of chances... Ninja nee dto use anything as weapon... so it doesn't matter if it "officially" says that Ninjas don't useit, even though i've never heard of a limitation like that o.O