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    New Numbers

    Went out this morning at 7am, 58 degrees, with 5 gallons of gas. My four best runs were 67.0, 67.1, 67.2, 67.3.


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    You just gotta love this cooler weather !!!

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    Dayum !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    thats flyin for a GP

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    Wink

    Gotta take advantage of the weather, work had to wait until 8:45 this morning.

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    Awesome #s Keep it up

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    Those are awesome numbers for a GP. I gave up at 63.6

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    Thanks for the congrats guys. I am now totally bored with 66-67mph, but I am not in the position to buy another ski. Good thing my cousin is, he is looking at buying a Fernando package GPR, 77mph pump gas. I can't wait to ride it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97GPSLEEPER
    Thanks for the congrats guys. I am now totally bored with 66-67mph, but I am not in the position to buy another ski. Good thing my cousin is, he is looking at buying a Fernando package GPR, 77mph pump gas. I can't wait to ride it.

    When you get bored riding an old GP that goes that fast, then try racing it at those speeds in closed course conditions.... you WILL get the thrill back!

    It's a whole new world!

    The tighter the course, the greater the advantage you would have.

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    There is more there if you keep trying. We were running 69 in race trim
    back in 97 and 98 before the tripple pipes came out. I will dig through my notes and see what the set up was. I know it included Dan Lamey porting and 170 psi. Some of the tricks were the 1100 stinger pipe and jetwoks valve with more water in the stinger. Cut stock ride plate machined flat was the fastest but not good in chop.

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    Duke,
    Would love to see some of that info I am putting one back together this week its a 99 so it is set up a little different than the earlier ones from factory no trim tabs and it has the 1100 stinger integrated.

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