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    "Old School" VF3's 1200 1100

    I just put up a post in the "Tuners Corner" for those interested in... as the title says VF3's for the "old school" motors.

    Heres a copy of the post:


    As per request from forum members were working on retrofitting the new style MOTO TASSINARI VF3's for the "old school" motors 1200(65U) and 1100's. These are a totally different cage than the current ones used in the 1200/1300R kits as they are too big for the cases. Also different than the current VF2's. In talking with MOTO, they feel that there will be a substantial gain over the standard VF2's designed for the motor.
    The new reeds will be a 16 petal design, and hopefully there would not be an adapter needed to keep costs down and after machining should bolt up to the manifold as the stock reed cages do. Theyre sending me some "blank" manifolds to machine and retrofit.

    Basically looking for a count of how many would be interested in this productas to not waste valuable R&D time and machine work.


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    ....back from the dead.... J-ME's Avatar
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    To the Green Hulk Staff, if the tuner section "self destructs" please transfer any "count" info for these reeds to the Old School Section.

    Thank You

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    J-Me count me in. I would be very interested. More for the old school machines the better....Any kind of idea on what the benifits would be?
    How much of the case would you have to remove to make them fit?
    Will removing that extra matterial from the case drop case pressure?
    are they the same length as the 1200s which are longer than the 1100s if so when mounting to an 11000 whould you need a spacer? Mabey i ask too many questions.......but would like to know. THX JDog

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    Maybe, Flat tops are taking my money now........

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    Depending on cost I might be interested..

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    Thumbs up

    I would probably take a set as well.

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    me too

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    You Know Im In Carl.............................................. ..yahooo

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    Yes CARL, let us know!! the 1200's work on the 760 with the spacer to move them back in line!! I'd only need two of the three....

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    I would be interested.

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