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    GP1300r Trim for max acceleration

    Hi, im planning on gettin a 2007 gp1300r very soon and was wondering what you're best trim setting is for acceleration (racing friends). I will be in flat to 4 inches of chop, nothing major. thanks


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    neutral after you start moving your weight to the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSwiney10 View Post
    Hi, im planning on gettin a 2007 gp1300r very soon and was wondering what you're best trim setting is for acceleration (racing friends). I will be in flat to 4 inches of chop, nothing major. thanks
    hey swiney, welcome to the hulk! best acceleration is nose all the way down, once on plane neutral to 1 click above seems to be the sweet spot, i get max speed 1 click above in wind chop and max all the way up in glass

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    JS, my ski's are fastest in neutral.I can go 1 click up and watch my rpm's drop 20-30. It depends on how your steering nozzle is adjusted to your exit nozzle.Your welcome to call for further info on this.775-315-0222

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    thanx for the help, this has to be the best forum for pwc enthusiast i have come across

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    Oh yeah....welcome to Gh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSwiney10 View Post
    thanx for the help, this has to be the best forum for pwc enthusiast i have come across
    This is probably the best forum ive ever been on. nobody flames each other, HUGE problem on Audiforums

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    sorry to get of subject but man, i play golf occasionally and the guys on thesandtrap can be harsh. I guess riding a ski is truely the key to peace and happiness, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSwiney10 View Post
    I guess riding a ski is truely the key to peace and happiness, haha.
    For real, makes me euphoric...for the rest of the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racecar_Dave View Post
    For real, makes me euphoric...for the rest of the day
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