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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    mk england

    gp1300r or gp1200r

    Hi guys need some advice i have a 2006 gp1300r non power valve wot i use for racing how hard is it to get triples for it and what else would i need for all this to work or would it be better to sell it and get a gp1200r and start again and could i leave it as efi or could you put carbs on it any pics would be good many thanks guys

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    South MS
    Did it on mine back in '06. You have to switch to carbs, either change out electronics and use an advent for ignition or use a MSD ignition. Non power valves will not work on tripples. So you have to change cylinders.

  3. #3
    "just sayin".. jetdave56's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    make your life easier, stay EFI...sure you can get alot more speed with the right carb /triple pipe set up... but what I've read most in the 3 yrs on GH, there are more maintenance , tuning and reliabity issues than anything else...but if your up to the challenge, know how they function and read the top carb tuners on GH,then good luck with your project

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