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    need more rpm's

    Ive got 2000 gpr1200,Barry Lees old ski.I have head 41cc,r&d plate,1200 grate both blueprinted by me.75.3 7030 will the high dollar reeds get my rpms up,without rejetting the carbs.I dont really want to do internal on motor when its running fine.


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    anyone care to answer this gentlemens question?

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    Bolth of the reeds VF2 and VF3 claim to give you at least 100 rpm's. depending on who you talk to they give you more.

    What prop are you running?

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    I went from 7120 to 7200 when I installed the VF3s with the spacer plate.
    That was early this summer and no other mods at the same time.

    What tach are you using?

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