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    Unidentified port on 2021 GP1800R

    Hey guys,

    Just went for my first ride on my new 2021 GP. When I got home i took off the seats to clean the engine and surrounding areas and noticed this little do-hickey on the engine cover. There is a clear line attached to it underneath that goes to the intake elbow. Haven't noticed it on any other GP so not sure if its a 2021 thing or a dealer installed item. I'm guessing the latter because my GP came with cleats on both sides but no other GP that I have seen has them either. I figured it might be for fogging the engine when winterizing, but there is no such thing in Florida, lol.

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    Fogging port you paid extra for and didn't know it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danetwork View Post
    Fogging port you paid extra for and didn't know it...
    Lol, i don't doubt it.

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    Yup... Looks like a dealer installed fogging port.

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    I bet you got it from cyclessprings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danetwork View Post
    I bet you got it from cyclessprings...
    Bingo.

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    There good at what they do and there the biggest yamaha dealer for watercraft in the world so you got a good deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danetwork View Post
    There good at what they do and there the biggest yamaha dealer for watercraft in the world so you got a good deal
    Yeah, I agree, no complaints from them at all, really helped me with everything along the way. Was just curious about the port.

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    Nitrous port


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    Quote Originally Posted by Danetwork View Post
    ... cycles springs...
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post3046454

    https://watercraftjournal.com/galler...eries-package/

    I would expect the dealer would have included some customer instructions or paper describing what that is and how to use the fogging port(s).


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