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FS:Blown yamaha HPDI vmax 225


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By DTG - Posted on 14 May 2014

2004 225 HPDI
2 pistons down 3 of other 4 scuffed
needs pistons re sleeve one hole sleeve other hone 6 pistons new oil pump and injectors needs new crank bearings on rods and crank shaft. mechanic said it would take in the $5000 range to fix it.
MAKE A OFFER. If i cant sell as whole I will part it out.

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