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    2000 gp1200r. Keep fuel selector or bypass it? Opinions please

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    There have been far more problems with keeping a fuel selector switch in(damaged engines from restricted fuel flow or air leakage) than from taking it out (none I have ever heard of). I have taken it out on all the units I build, and have never had a problem in 25 yrs. It also allows an easy way to run dual fuel feeds to carbs.

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