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    GPS`d Stock GP1300R

    2008 GP1300R 38 hours.
    Doug and I went for an early AM ride. we were in the water approx. 6:30am, water was like glass to ripple/light chop, tide going out, and 10-15 mph winds...
    Doug handed me his GPS.

    about 9:30am on the way back in, against the current, against the wind, ripple to light chop, 2 bars of fuel, about 72-74 degrees, and little ol`e 190# me, best I could squeak out was a 64.6mph.

    Riva 1200 grate, SHO nozzle, with stepped sponsons, that`s it... I guess not to shabby...
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 09-07-2008 at 12:26 PM. Reason: time


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    not bad at all in those conditions. Nice job PR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego Joe View Post
    not bad at all in those conditions. Nice job PR.
    (with humble head bowed down in admiration) Thanks Joe!!!

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    The 1200 grate is a must,but it took 1mph from your 'stock' speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    (with humble head bowed down in admiration) Thanks Joe!!!
    Those are good #s PR...No need for you to be humble, Im your #1 fan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego Joe View Post
    Those are good #s PR...No need for you to be humble, Im your #1 fan!

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    Just think, you have a full 10-11 mph waiting on you without even porting the motor. Enjoy the ride...

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    Ya, the 1200 grate and stepped sponsons both slowed you down a bit, good numbers all considered.

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    Fill the pump shoe and rideplate bolt holes to get some free speed back

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    I hit a 63.6 with my stock GPR, and ran outta room.

    I see better #'s in ur future!

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