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    GP1200R-Do you have to rejet w/ D-Plate?

    I picked up an 01 GPR with 40 hrs. on it. Its 100% stock and amazingly does 62 at 1/4 tank. I had a 00 that did 59 until I tore it apart.

    I am going to do the PPK, Ride Plate and step the sponsons for the rest of the summer and over the winter do the D-Plate, and Jetworks mod. I was thinking I wouldn't even touch the carbs unless I have to, but then again 7 year old hoses and internal filters and diaphrahgms probably should be replaced anyway.

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    No need to rejet...

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