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    2004 15f looking for more speed

    Hey guys, my bother has a 15f gps 64 mph. He's looking to get a little more out of it, (completly stock now) without hurting reliablity and rough water performance. Is this possible with this machine? What do you think? Donald


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    64...I'm guessing thats on the dream-o-meter...if he runs a gps he'll want even more speed because he's probably running closer to 61-62. The Rpm kit is the easiest way to get speed up...do some searches and read about what everyone else has done...

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    damn thats a fast one

    more like 60-62 like madtown said.

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    I did two runs on different days and It GPSed almost the same speed. My gpr is only a little faster. I even have two GPSs just to check for error. He bought it with 25 hrs on it. What should his rpm run stock and what should it run with the rpm kit? Donald

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    stock 61 MPH @ 7,500RPM

    RPM kit 66 @ 7650

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