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    Closed Course Setup

    Now that the winter is here in florida...(meaning speed restritions on the river), I have it in mind to build the gp 760 into a quick ski...what set up do most cc guys use on a gp? or the gpr? Group k has some nice info on builds for twin's but not gp hull twins...

    I found a killer set up by kansasgpr thats was/is for sale on a GPR..

    and this from RIVA'Ss FORUM by Pistonwash for the GP...

    Thanks guys for the info you posted on these links...

    what would you do on a TWIN GP? not looking to race per say just want point a to b 'RIGHT NOW' setup ....

    Jerry or Moderators... a section other than upcoming race anouncements and new's from U.S. and Europe Race would be a cool addition to the ghpf format... HOW ABOUT A CLOSED COURSE FORUM !!!with SUB sections set up like the others....? (well something like that anyway)
    Last edited by w/rpm500; 11-08-2008 at 12:07 PM. Reason: ADDED INFO..

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