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    DAGO RACING CREW 97GPSLEEPER's Avatar
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    Interesting find good buddy......when in the hell are you going to be on the water with that triple pipe, 65U ported animal???

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    What can I say, It's getting close( about 40 hours left). but the real deal is things are changing in my life and I will have more time to build,tune and ride both the R3 and GP. Last night I found out, that jet changes on the R3 will require pulling the motor...........wow I hope the 130s high and low are going to be close.

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    Why does the motor have to be pulled to change the jets?

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    Thanks for sharing John, good information

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    The motor mount brace that ties in the six mounts is notched to clear the carb base bolts. I'll take some pics. Down draft manifold would have been a piece of cake.............

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    great info. I try to go to newer stations myself because they have new tanks as well and I've got a good friend of mine that works for BG so I get the hook up if U know what I mean.

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    Just remember, when you buy 87 octane, you don't know where it came from. Only the higher octane grade is proprietary to that location that is selling it; i.e.) Shell, BP, Texaco ect.....

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    thanks 4 the info. Billie! I didn't know that. I definitely only use super on the cars and skis.The only time I use regular is on the Armada.Where do U think the best 93 is at? Exxon, Chevron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by enforcer View Post
    thanks 4 the info. Billie! I didn't know that. I definitely only use super on the cars and skis.The only time I use regular is on the Armada.Where do U think the best 93 is at? Exxon, Chevron?
    BP is the best, and I am not saying that because I work there. Their super is water white clear. But really, just stay with a good name such as Shell, Valero, Exxon, Texaco, BP and you'll be fine when buying super .

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