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    2001 GP1200r

    On a stock model...what's the top speed avg. in the group on the 00-02 or 03 models...bone stock.
    Thanks-Phil


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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilnEdee View Post
    On a stock model...what's the top speed avg. in the group on the 00-02 or 03 models...bone stock.
    Thanks-Phil
    ABOUT 62 MPH. ON THE 00-02 AND 63 MPH. ON THE 03

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    Quote Originally Posted by JIM'S PERFORMANCE View Post
    ABOUT 62 MPH. ON THE 00-02 AND 63 MPH. ON THE 03

    Thanks Jim,,,the speedo was dead on then hitting 61-62 all day yesterday.
    Guy that bought it from me looking for best cheapest mods (of course) to add a few...what do you recommend...I owned this ski for about 12 hours and only rode it after he bought it from me.

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    'the basics' will cost because you can't just spend 200-300 and be done. Most items complement the next. Here are a few examples:

    Plate (requires intake grate for saftey)
    Intake grate (requires tunnel reinforcement)
    Tunnel reinforcement (requires updated brackets and adhesive)
    Prop (best to have jetworks mod to help turn from a stop and filter for a few more rpms on top)
    Jetworks mod (a pump plug kit to reduce cavitation)
    Pump plug kit (requires 3M sealant)
    Wave eater clips are a must on any PV motor
    Don't forget about the D-Plate

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    The best I got mine up to was 60.4 and that was in alittle chop. Is that ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilnEdee View Post
    Thanks Jim,,,the speedo was dead on then hitting 61-62 all day yesterday.
    Guy that bought it from me looking for best cheapest mods (of course) to add a few...what do you recommend...I owned this ski for about 12 hours and only rode it after he bought it from me.
    I doubt the speedo is that accurate... I would get a gps and know for sure....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stlouisramsfan View Post
    I doubt the speedo is that accurate... I would get a gps and know for sure....

    Was getting the same reading on my Honda and on a buddies FX SHO...all three of us rode at 61'ish side by side for a good piece, then I cracked the Honda on open and said

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPryan View Post
    'the basics' will cost because you can't just spend 200-300 and be done. Most items complement the next. Here are a few examples:

    Plate (requires intake grate for saftey)
    Intake grate (requires tunnel reinforcement)
    Tunnel reinforcement (requires updated brackets and adhesive)
    Prop (best to have jetworks mod to help turn from a stop and filter for a few more rpms on top)
    Jetworks mod (a pump plug kit to reduce cavitation)
    Pump plug kit (requires 3M sealant)
    Wave eater clips are a must on any PV motor
    Don't forget about the D-Plate

    What about a ride plate and a grate for starters?

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    I wouldn't run a 'top loader' grate on my ride without the tunnel reinforcment, that is asking for trouble. I also wouldn't put a speed adding plate without changing the grate, that is also asking for trouble. Which brings you to my list above.

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    Hey, On an average run with no wind the best I can get my 01 gpr 1200 is 58.5 on gps. If I start getting into a little chop I have gotten it up to 60.4 and i've only done that twice. Why is this a little slower than the norm?

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