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    h2o injection kit or fercho Jetworks

    Hi Guys

    Im looking to increase my holeshot on low end torque.

    Basically i want to pull towables and skiers with my 2003 gp1300r. sorry, i was tired

    And i enjoy racing stock RXP's and boats

    What would give me the best holeshot and top end ?

    doing the fercho Jetworks mod (ill most likely buy the kit from islandracing: HOLESHOT KIT With Jetworks Pro Valve $164.95 : http://www.islandracing.net/gp1300r.html )

    Other wise there is this option from jetworks:
    electronic WATER INJECTION KIT Triple cylinder $ 189.95
    ( http://www.jetworks.net/wik123.htm )

    Both kits seem similar to me, and the price difference doesnt mean much ( us$25 )
    Last edited by spaceman; 02-22-2007 at 12:21 AM.


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    I would go with the jetworks setup.

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    Cool

    2002 gpr 1300? must have be limited edition,or did you install motor/topend

    later cd

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    I bought the Island Racing Jetworks setup.

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    i dont think that jet works and skiers go together by the way these people talk about it i can see the rope getting ripped out of the skiers hand just my thought
    Last edited by GTNWRECT; 02-21-2007 at 06:04 PM.

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    i have a vision of skiers with streached arms and whiplass

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    yeah i hear ya i was thinkin about doing it to mine but i wakeskate behind mine and didnt think it was a good idea

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    would be ok if you could put a few meters of rubber rope in to act as a shock absorber....
    dont think i would fit jet works for towing,unless you dont like who you tow??

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    Spaceman, Thank you for your inquiry. Honestly you cannot go wrong with either kit. Both kits are proven and reliable. We use "jetworks" valves in our kits and as a dealer for "Jetworks" we could supply you with their kit as well as ours. our kits are not set in stone, so if you prefer to use duckbills so you can use the stock bilge fitting, we can tailor the kit to suit your needs. Feel free to call if you have any questions and well be glad to help you out.

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    Jetworks hands down and one less thing to go wrong.

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