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    WE DONT DIAL 911 RDH's Avatar
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    GPR moving to the old school section!?

    so since 2008 is the official last year for the gpr, and since people love their 4-strokes like fat kids love cake..

    could the gpr be moving to the old school section in the future? i dont wanna see it happen but it probably will


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    personally i feel a ski should be out of production for 2-3 years before it qualifies for such a move.

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    With everyone sticking 4-tecs and possibly the new S/C engine from yamaha in the future, the GPR is not going anywhere anytime soon IMO.

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    Its the newest 2stroke yamaha produces.

    If they never make another one, itll always be the latest 2stroke they produced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRXP Steve View Post
    With everyone sticking 4-tecs and possibly the new S/C engine from yamaha in the future, the GPR is not going anywhere anytime soon IMO.
    well said

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    lil early to be old school

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    I hope not...PR...

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    The GPR is not going anywere,anytime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRXP Steve View Post
    With everyone sticking 4-tecs and possibly the new S/C engine from yamaha in the future, the GPR is not going anywhere anytime soon IMO.
    Amen bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDH View Post
    so since 2008 is the official last year for the gpr, and since people love their 4-strokes like fat kids love cake..

    could the gpr be moving to the old school section in the future? i dont wanna see it happen but it probably will
    If and when that day comes, what would we call the sections? Old school for the GPR's and Vintage for anything pre GPR? good post Remy

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