Thread: 07 GP1300r
02-26-2008, 10:15 PM #1
I just sold my 97 Gp1200 and bought a 07 Gp1300r I never really did anything to my 1200 because it was basically a stage 1 when I bought it and never really had to mess with it.
I drag race cars and that takes alot of my time
I am looking for speed info on this ski as well as any must knows, about servicing or running it.
(PV issue type things etc)
Any help is greatly apreciated.
Free HP tricks are a huge plus.
cheap HP is a good thing
Epxensive Hp is a last resort
02-27-2008, 04:44 PM #2
if you're planning on getting out of the hole a lot quicker for drag racing here or a few things...
1200 intake grate
riva trim tabs
2" pump extension
4 degree key (wfo)
leo's holeshot kit (it works!)
riva power filter (you'll need to add an efi controller also)
riva ff exhaust
d-plate is a must
go big bore and you'll have a drag ready/clean running craft...my $.02 however if you don't want to go that far most of the other stuff is just cheap, bolt and go.
02-27-2008, 05:00 PM #3
07 Does not have Power Valves(PV)......
02-27-2008, 05:28 PM #4
playing with an 07 gpr myself, I was wondering what and where do I get Leo's hole shot kit? and is their more than one pump extension out their and if so who has the best, running with one of Jims plates.
02-27-2008, 05:34 PM #5
i'm not sure about the 2" extension but i have ridden one with it and holeshot is awesome. as for leo's kit just p/m him GH name (leo)
02-27-2008, 05:54 PM #6
The 2003-up 1300's have the pump extension. Its a factory part. The 2000-02 1200r's dont.
02-27-2008, 06:08 PM #7
Aahh, Thanks For The Info Guys, Thought Their Was Something Beyond The Factory Extension. Ct97, I Found That With A "d" Plate, Riva Open Flo Exhaust And Riva Efi Control Module, Plus Eliminating The Plastic Airbox Pieces For A K&n Gave Me A Much Improved Acceleration Curve And Five On The Top End. Lots Of Practice Runs To Dial In The Module, Riva Specs Were Way Off The Mark.
02-27-2008, 06:17 PM #8
well use the search button first, theres page after page of everything you would ever want to know.
do you wanna go big or keep the motor stock and just go with a couple bolt ons?...
get an intake grate.
pump plug kit.
reinforce the tunnel,, some will say your not going fast enough to need it but its cheap insurance..
d-plate/chip,, to replace the catalytic converter
switch to pre-mix or make damn sure those oil lines are tight and wont come off.
those are mandatory for me atleast. after that its all about how fast you wanna be
02-27-2008, 07:33 PM #9
Hey Rdh, Have You Seen Issues With Oil Lines Popping Off? Maybe Double Up Some Zip Ties? What Did You Do, I'm Thinking Just Thinking Premix Through Injectors Not Such A Good Idea? I'll Have To Check At Work But I Think A New Set Up Only Allows 100 To 1 Premix On First Tank Break In Just Because Of That.
02-27-2008, 08:58 PM #10
1300s dont really have problems with the oil injection pump like the carbureted 1200s.
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