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    starting my GPR mods today

    Have an 07 gpr 1300 and have been talking to jim and have decided on his plate and the new green grate his cut head and new impeller and a riva fuel control and V fors 3 is this enough???


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    It sounds like a good start to me!

    What do you mean by 'enough' ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimC View Post
    Have an 07 gpr 1300 and have been talking to jim and have decided on his plate and the new green grate his cut head and new impeller and a riva fuel control and V fors 3 is this enough???
    A key way will help. And gut out the stock air box.

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    I would strongly suggest you do the tunnel reinforcement before you do to many mods. When you do this, you might as well do the jetworks while you are in the back end of the ski and have the pipe already out.

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    everything installed correctly you should have a 76 mph. ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    I would strongly suggest you do the tunnel reinforcement before you do to many mods. When you do this, you might as well do the jetworks while you are in the back end of the ski and have the pipe already out.
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    I mentioned that to, Better off being safe.

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    Yes Jim, I forgot about the gutting the air box just removing the screens but will do all the airbox stuff I was trying to avoid doing the pump tunnel mod but now mabe I will!!!!!! I see there are carbon fiber ones and fiber glass ones which one works-fits the best and where do I get the jet works parts on here I dont see them in the online store??

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    The fiberglass has a great tight fit. You can review the install in the FAQ section under '305 coco'

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    My sonic boom ported throttle bodies will add a lot of midrange hit and many have gained 50-100 rpms on top over the open throttle bodies with the gutted air box..

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    WFO's jetworks water bypass kit is superior to anything else. Mine came to me already put together and clamped. All I had to do was drill and tap the stinger. Comes with a better valve as well.

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