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    GP tripples

    http://rivaforums.com/eve/forums/a/t...4/m/5731044434
    GP TRIPPLES
    A guy on the Riva boards wants to trade is tripples for stock exhaust and some $$$$. Just thought I would share.


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    Thanks for looking out for the Old School guys. I just can't convince myself the triples are worth losing my beer cooler.

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    They're worth every beer.....trust me
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    I gave up more than a beer cooler for mine.........

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    Part of the enjoyable experience for me when out on my ski, heavily involves the use of the rear cooler. There is nothing like anchoring the ski, climbing up on a rock ledge, popping open a cold beer and overlooking the lake and my ski. The old beast, just floating out there waiting on an unsuspecting stock GPR or RXP to bother him.

    My goal is to build a 70mph single pipe, pump gas, GP. That is faster than some triple piped GP's ever went, and faster than I ever thought I would go on a 10yr old ski.

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    Remove the sea anchors and you are there bro……..

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    I wish it was that easy. It is a lightweight screw-in type anchor, and I always make sure not to drag it with me when I am doing GPS runs, LOL.

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    This summer I will come to Orange and draft you, I hear that helps on top speed…..

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    This summer you will probably not need a draft, you will most likely come flying by me. You are running 64 mph with no porting, very impressive.

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