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    Stainless Steel Intake Grates for the GPR hull are back in production!

    Guys, I'm making one more production run of 20 intake grates. Many have contacted me in the past couple of years trying to get their hands on one of these grates. Now is your chance. I will only be producing 20 pieces. Please order NOW if you want one of these. I will have them ready to ship in 2 weeks.

    Here is the link to order http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2503

    Stainless Steel Intake Grate for GPR Hull

    Back in production for a limited time. This is the famous intake grate used on the fastest conversion skis of all time. This intake grate is a must...
    SS grate $298.00

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    Thats good news! These are made of Stainless Steel and they just about last forever.

    For you guys wondering, this is a replica of the aluminum aftermarket 800 grate. It will fit GPR 800/1200/1300. The 800 style grate is for mostly top end and flat water. Not much holeshot, but its faster than the 1200 grate on top end (by at least 1 mph).

    This grate has larger mounting holes for M8 fasteners, instead of the smaller M6 factory bolts

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    Guys, these are now in stock and ready for immediate shipping. Please order here
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2503

    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    Thats good news! These are made of Stainless Steel and they just about last forever.

    For you guys wondering, this is a replica of the aluminum aftermarket 800 grate. It will fit GPR 800/1200/1300. The 800 style grate is for mostly top end and flat water. Not much holeshot, but its faster than the 1200 grate on top end (by at least 1 mph).

    This grate has larger mounting holes for M8 fasteners, instead of the smaller M6 factory bolts
    I didn't think it was a replice 800 grate. It's between a 800 and 1200 grate. I've had a hell of a time getting rid of the overstuff buck at 75 with this grate

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKR1300 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    Thats good news! These are made of Stainless Steel and they just about last forever.

    For you guys wondering, this is a replica of the aluminum aftermarket 800 grate. It will fit GPR 800/1200/1300. The 800 style grate is for mostly top end and flat water. Not much holeshot, but its faster than the 1200 grate on top end (by at least 1 mph).

    This grate has larger mounting holes for M8 fasteners, instead of the smaller M6 factory bolts
    I didn't think it was a replice 800 grate. It's between a 800 and 1200 grate. I've had a hell of a time getting rid of the overstuff buck at 75 with this grate
    It is an exact replica of the "aftermarket" 800 grate. The only changes are that the 2 rear bars are thinner so it loads the pump better.

    I dont know what you did wrong, or if you maybe had a bad grate because my testing shows it was only a few tenths slower than the aluminum 800 grate, and no bucking what so ever up to 82 mph (with no pressure relief). I have installed and personally tested over a dozen of these grates with no problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKR1300 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    Thats good news! These are made of Stainless Steel and they just about last forever.

    For you guys wondering, this is a replica of the aluminum aftermarket 800 grate. It will fit GPR 800/1200/1300. The 800 style grate is for mostly top end and flat water. Not much holeshot, but its faster than the 1200 grate on top end (by at least 1 mph).

    This grate has larger mounting holes for M8 fasteners, instead of the smaller M6 factory bolts
    I didn't think it was a replice 800 grate. It's between a 800 and 1200 grate. I've had a hell of a time getting rid of the overstuff buck at 75 with this grate
    Your issue is not the Grete.. This is a quality piece built to handle anything.

    I ran this same grate in my gprxp over +84 and +89 on my brothers gprxp

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKR1300 View Post

    I didn't think it was a replice 800 grate. It's between a 800 and 1200 grate. I've had a hell of a time getting rid of the overstuff buck at 75 with this grate
    Your problem is 100% not with this grate!
    You will find your issue elsewhere.

    This grate has been used on GPR hull skis well above 100 mph with not even a hint of an overstuff.

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