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  1. Have you looked at the plastic nut that holds the...

    Have you looked at the plastic nut that holds the steering cable in place where it goes out the back of the hull ? If it is broken you may have slop and uncommanded movements in the steering.
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    Good idea , you will soon work out if thatís the issue .
  3. It only has to be a slight movement with the...

    It only has to be a slight movement with the screwdriver but water pressure is very powerful and will pull it down if it’s at all lose . It’s got to be the ride plate , the pump shoe is held up by...
  4. Another possibility is the inserts holding the...

    Another possibility is the inserts holding the rideplate are pulling thru slightly under high pressure water. The rideplate might appear tight but it’s not . Get a long flat screwdriver and try...
  5. What sponsons do you have ? It might be a sponson...

    What sponsons do you have ? It might be a sponson pulling away from the hull and causing drag . It must be something obvious, are the bolts holding the pump shoe at the front tight and not pulled...
  6. The steering cable retainer plate holds the cable...

    The steering cable retainer plate holds the cable , without it you will get un commanded steering inputs that could be causing your problem. Get the 5 degree up nozzle from a 98 - 99 GP1200 , 1 mph...
  7. Sorry didn’t see that , that lock tab holds the...

    Sorry didn’t see that , that lock tab holds the steering cable in place . The cable would move causing unwanted steering inputs , that could cause the unwanted turning and weird handling. Yes get a 5...
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    Have you checked the trim tabs ? Iím surprised no one has asked this question. The OEM white plastic trim tabs were notorious for flexing down at speed acting like a brake and pulling to one side ....
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