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    Factory Pipe on a 02' GTI 720?

    Has anyone tried to install one of these pipes on a 2002 or 2001 GTI 720?

    Good / Bad did it fit?
    -=Rick


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    Great for HP & also great for blowing up motors.

    Dont bother unless you like working on your ski A LOT.

    When you want to go faster sell your ski & buy one with a bigger motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by water worx View Post
    Great for HP & also great for blowing up motors.

    Dont bother unless you like working on your ski A LOT.

    When you want to go faster sell your ski & buy one with a bigger motor.
    I was thinking of just modding my new motor in the 95' xp and running that in one of the GTI's that way I could always go back to stock... If I wanted to build the best 720 possible what would I do?
    -=Rick

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    seriously....toss the 720!!!

    Been there, done that... got the blown pistons, cylinders, cranks and head domes to prove it!

    Dan and a few other guys finally convinced me to dump my 720 in favor of 800's for the HX.

    It was a fully ported, bored out to 760cc, Factory Pipe, Novi 44's, lightweight flywheel and PTO... all the bells and whistles.

    Its always on the ragged edge, drinks way too much 110 octane and always prone to sticking a piston.

    I'm sure you've heard this one before


    No replacement for displacement!!!

    Stock 720s are rated at 85HP, mine was maybe 100-110... if that
    Stock 800's are rated at 110....STOCK

    it took me a while to see the light, but its the only way to go.

    If your deadset on keeping the 720, instead of putting a Factory Pipe on it, dry out your stock pipe, some flame arrestors and get your impellor repitched.
    A little more ooopmh... without throwing the reliabilty out the window

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoogieLee View Post
    I'm sure you've heard this one before


    No replacement for displacement!!!

    Stock 720s are rated at 85HP, mine was maybe 100-110... if that
    Stock 800's are rated at 110....STOCK

    it took me a while to see the light, but its the only way to go.

    If your deadset on keeping the 720, instead of putting a Factory Pipe on it, dry out your stock pipe, some flame arrestors and get your impellor repitched.
    A little more ooopmh... without throwing the reliabilty out the window
    What about a new prop all together? what would work well on a stock 3 seater 720 like my gti? brand model number ect? How hard is it to replace and or setup? I may be tempted to change the prop as opposed to anything with the motor just to get a little gain in performance.. what effects does the prop have exactly? what gains or losses and what do the pictch numbers mean?
    Thanks,
    -=Rick

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