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    1200 XL Limited stock reeds or aftermarket carbon reeds what is reccomended ??????

    Doing a rebuild and was wondering what everyone is using for reeds ? stock or carbon ?? The carbs are going to be rebuilt to the "Oside" set up with flame arrestors,chokes removed, oil block off kit, d plate. I think that is it I am just trying to keep it as reliable as possible.

    Thanks for the info.


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    Nothing is as reliable as stock.

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    Pokaplaya22, is that because you have a stock set for sale ? just kidding but i may be interested in them if you still have them.

    Thanks for the info.

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    I agree, unless you are chasing that last tiny bit, the stock reeds work very well, for a very long time.

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    Haha, not at all. Figured you already had a set on. Cough, cough...Yes,still got em.Been kinda busy here lately, but ill get some pics up this weekend
    Last edited by pokplalya22; 07-12-2013 at 06:19 AM.

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    Thanks guys .... stock it is then.

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