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    Picked up a 2007 1300gp today.

    Finally have my first Yamaha. I've had a couple of Sea Doos over the years and I gotta say this one is a keeper . Summertime is going to be fun. My only question is about the dash. Can the gauges light up without the ski being started? If anyone is in Nashville let's go for a ride!!Click image for larger version. 

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    The gauges don't usually come on unless you crank the ski.

    Also, if you haven't already... Remove the oil injection and run premix, install a d-plate and temp sensor override chip.


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    Keep the oil injection but ensuring oil lines are long enough and still flexable..then metal clamps..Some like premix, some do the above, either way, one path needs to be taken....just individual preference.


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