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    Accelerator Pump Removal Question

    My question is, I have a Riva Stage 2 GP1200R (2000). I have done 110 pilot, 120 main, 1.5 N/S, and a 90 gram spring...

    I noticed a huge loss on bottom end after all of the carb work, and was reading about removing the cam from the accelerator pump to prevent a rich condition from take off.

    I would just like to hear from some people that it would be a good idea, will it help to fix my problem?

    The ski runs perfectly at mid range and high end with the carb screws set at 1 turn out on low and 1.25 turn out on the high


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    Bump for some help!!!

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    All hail the Chief! fullboogie's Avatar
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    In the 24 hours between your original post and your "bump", you could have hit "search" and gotten your answer. It's a lot quicker, so check it out. This topic has been covered a million times.

    And yes, it helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    In the 24 hours between your original post and your "bump", you could have hit "search" and gotten your answer. It's a lot quicker, so check it out. This topic has been covered a million times.

    And yes, it helps.
    That is exactly why I posted... I have been reading about it first

    I had some Riva techs telling me it was a bad idea, and wanted clarification

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    Check out this post (Its a sticky in the how to section)

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=70129

    Carb settings with accelerator pump removed or disabled: These settings will work on both US and non US models.

    1200R Aftermarket F/A's chokes intact
      • 110 Pilot jets, 1 turn out on low speed adjusters
      • 120 main jets, 1-1/2 turn out on high speed adjusters
      • 1.5 Needle and Seat, 95 gram spring (Dull Silver) 42-45 avg. pop-off pressure.
    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool1921 View Post
    My question is, I have a Riva Stage 2 GP1200R (2000). I have done 110 pilot, 120 main, 1.5 N/S, and a 90 gram spring...

    I noticed a huge loss on bottom end after all of the carb work, and was reading about removing the cam from the accelerator pump to prevent a rich condition from take off.

    I would just like to hear from some people that it would be a good idea, will it help to fix my problem?

    The ski runs perfectly at mid range and high end with the carb screws set at 1 turn out on low and 1.25 turn out on the high

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