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    Aftermarket Trim for the VXR !

    Anybody heard anything about an aftermarket Trim system for us VXR guys yet ?


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    I just talked to Wamilton he says the gp1300r trim system will work on the VXR . He says its the same pump set up. Im gonna look at my friends gp1300r side by side with the VXR this weekend. I think I would rather have a twist type trim system verses the clutch / brake lever type anyways. I dont plan on doin any racing. Any body have an opinion this ?

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    i heard a fz trim system fits, and i think it would be easier to install and has less parts than a gp1300 trim, on the 1300 you have the trim handle, 3 trim cables and a trim wheel assembly inside the ski, on the fz you have the trim handle and a long cable that goes to the back of the ski.
    you would also need a new 87mm gpr nozzle, trim ring and new steering nozzle

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    FZR trim system is the way to go

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    Any one with pictures of this done yet?

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    I did trim on my VXS using FZ and FX parts. There is a thread by me about 1 1/2 yrs ago i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxadrenaline View Post
    I did trim on my VXS using FZ and FX parts. There is a thread by me about 1 1/2 yrs ago i think.
    I think I read it but didn't see any pictures.

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    Here is what I'm doing manual trim. Get out turn it, get back on and rip. Lol

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    Didn't Big John add trim to his VXS?

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    yes i did, using a SD VTS unit, i removed it to use in my GPRSHO, IMO, your trying to get more out of a VXR/S than its going to give. stating that, the FRZ or FZ trim would prob be the best way to go it you can get everything you need , you will need the complete reverse assm as well as the vx bucket if different than the fz
    Last edited by big john; 02-28-2014 at 06:16 AM. Reason: spelling

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