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    Questions about XL 1200 LTD

    Considering picking one up, other than stock oil lines that pop off, I'd like to know the Good, Bad and Ugly about this model.

    Also, what kind of fuel usage WOT do these run stock?


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    Not that I have finished mine, but I always loved yami 1200 motors. As for the ugly, replace the carb jetting, remove the accelerator pump and stock choke plates, replace the chokes with a primer, get rid of the catalytic converter and replace with a D plate and at a temp sensor chip.


    other than that they are great skis with lots of power and plenty of fun if you get them for a good deal.


    PM me for more details on everything, I even have an unused unopened D plate and stock used exhaust if you are not super keen on removing and modding yours.

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    oh and if she's not damaged and runs you are probably getting a good ski, if it was rebuilt then make sure the mods I listed previously were done.

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