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    head milling

    Hi guy's

    im thinking about getting my stock head milled plus my exhaust manifold milled,do you guy's think its werth it? ive rejeted the carbs with an R & D f/a plus R & D nozzles 85-88. advice would be great,i got this info on milling these bit from an online seadoo racing manual,with specs.

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    Give these guys a call. http://www.rossiereng.com/

    Nice looking ski by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piranha Performance View Post
    Give these guys a call. http://www.rossiereng.com/

    Nice looking ski by the way.
    Cheer's man

    ive got a guy who can do the work,i just want to know if its werth it
    he said he can do it for £40-50,which i thought wasnt bad?

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    morning guy's

    i sirpose it was a stupid question my next one is,would it be ok to run 95 ron fuel? here in the uk that is standard unleaded and super is 99 ron, or should i use this one?

    regards john

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