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    New guy here needs help.

    I am all new to this stuff but am very curious to how mods work on skis. I just bought an used 99 1200gp with 70 hours on it. It's bone stock except the guy I bought it from took the oil injection off so I have to premix. It rides and handles great. With 1/4 tank I got it up to 67. Is that about average for it? Where do I need to start modding at? Any free mods I can do? Great site btw.

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    WE DONT DIAL 911 RDH's Avatar
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    use the search button, theres tons of info on anything you could think of,,,,

    and get a gps,, 67 is on the speedo right??

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    Moderator OsideBill's Avatar
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    I moved this thread to the old school section. many tuners in here who own these including myself. First and foremost when quoting speed the only thing we actualy recognize is a gps the oem speedometer is fondly reffered to as a dreamometer take some time, read some of the threads in here, you will learn a lot in no time at all.

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