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    Whats needed for triple pipes?

    I have been looking into getting triple pipes for my GP1200. Its seems to be the best bang for the buck.
    My plan is to first get the ski running perfect stock, (I think it needs a new wear ring right now).

    After that I would like to put on triples. Besides the pipes, clamps and other obvious hardware. What else do I need?
    I think I would need to rejet the carbs if so what jets?
    What about the prop will I need a different pitch, if so what?

    What else am I missing?


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    Buy my damn triples. I'll sell them cheap. They are just taking up space in my garage and I'll never use them.

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    HA HA. I probably will...I'm in afghanistan now so they would just be sitting in mine. I'll be back soon though and once I get my ski running good stock I will look into a set of triples. I was just doing some reserach for now to see what else I would need to get.

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    you need an advent with the correct curve for those pipes

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    6 pissers, about 20' of hose, jetworks, battery relocation...list goes WAAAAY on

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    A good triple set of 48mm NOVI'S

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    If you are planning on running this on that 98, then you need a Riva or MSD ignition, BlackJacks or Novi's, Reeds with spacer, and a Fluid dampening coupler.

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    Really all that just to run the pipes?

    I was under the impression I could run the triples with just a change in jetting....if I have to get aftermarket carbs and ignition I may reconsider.

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    Here is Factory Pipes suggestions, they recommend an ignition module. The aftermarket carbs are for gaining real performance from them and the coupler is to keep your kidney's intact
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    You can run tripples with stock carbs and a stock coupler you would want the Riva cdi a MSD total loss or a modified oem cdi though.
    Bigger carbs and aftermarket reeds are both nice but not needed the fluid dampner is not needed a tripple piped ski vibrates more than a stocker but as soon as you give it gas theres no vibration it totally goes away.
    I rode mine with the seat off enough to know the vibration stops as soon as you touch the throttle.

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