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    Help me select next my next modifactions

    2000 GPR current mods are:
    R&D ride plate
    R&D intake grate
    Solas 13/19
    Pump Seal kit
    D Plate
    Jetworks

    I know I need to invest in a tach, and I'd like to have the ride plate modified, but will wait till the offseason so the I am able to ride the rest of the summer. Those things considered what would be the next best bang for the buck next mods? Raise compression, IR carb rejet kit & FA's are kind of what I'm considering. Any other suggestions?


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    best bang for the buck is a jims rideplate..

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    3 degree keyway

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    If its a 2000 gpr an advent cdi might be safer than keyway for timing. for me this was definitely the way to go for more power.

    for now I'd do the carbs and FAs, sounds like thats on your list of things to do, and it has to be done sooner or later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boconnor811 View Post
    Raise compression, IR carb rejet kit & FA's are kind of what I'm considering.
    This or having Jim work your plate would be the nexts thing to do. I personally would do the v3 reeds too but those are not cheap. They can be done @ the same time you do your carbs but the 2 together will set you back $1K.
    For now, cheap and simple, have your head milled to 150 psi. There is several places to send this to. Research each. It will not help much @ all on the top end, but getting there will be more fun.
    You also should get a good compression gauge to check compression. I would think that your 2000 has several hours on it and you may be nearing a ring job.

    I know I sound like a broken record, but if you are still running the oil injection, secure those lines or go premix.

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    Do you have the wave eaterclips too?
    With enough time, work, and money, you can make this ski fly. It all depends on how much time and money you want to invest and if you are a top end speed guy, or acceleration guy? You can have both, but it aint cheap.

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    hey - what's the best way to secure the lines???

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    Id do carb rebuild with F/A or Jims plate The plate will be cheaper and if you have your stock plate no down time just put that on while waiting for Jim to do your r&d plate and you still can ride then do carbs in the off season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martimouse2 View Post
    hey - what's the best way to secure the lines???
    There really is nothing you can do to secure the lines down. yamaha only made them long enough to go from the pump to the carbs or throttle bodies. So either they have popped off or just become brittle and cracked. The best way is to go premix.

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    oh yea GET A JIM'S PLATE! you can pick up a Commercial Tiny Tach for i think $75 also if your looking for a decent tach and not wanting to spend $200

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    Quote Originally Posted by HallPass View Post
    best bang for the buck is a jims rideplate..
    the best bang for the buck is a keway. it's 50 bucks

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