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    for sale pro tec steering nozzles

    never used...... 20mm gpr 1200/1300
    90 shipped 2-3 priority mail .
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    Caution raider fan in the area !!
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    BUMP..

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    Caution raider fan in the area !!
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    Sold It , Sold It , Sold It ..............

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    If anyone else is interested I have one also. Send me a PM

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    What length?

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    Its the +12mm one. Clears the reverse for XLT

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    That's the good one IMO fit's the GPR great too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    That's the good one IMO fit's the GPR great too!!
    Have you noticed any gains with it (speed/handling)? Would it be a better choice over the oval sho-nozzle?

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    Don't know performance wise, the sho nozzle is more restrictive but have not tested it to see differences. The pro-tec has the quick steer option though. Fit, form and function wise I have always preffered the Pro-Tec over the Riva and R&D models it just plain and simply bolts up better.

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