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    Cool reed space for 66e (gp800-gp800r)

    been looking at jerry's,riva and R & D ,but can't find one any where has anyone got one or know where to get one,before i make one, if i do make one should i use 8,10,or 12 mm alloy???


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    Carl at Island makes the VF spacer for it

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    i'm looking to run F/A ,stuffer and 1300 reeds,and a spacer,would love to run vf3s but the $400us price is not so good for the budget, $400US = $615AUS + freight to oz ,the old budget does don't go that far!!!!!!!!,just want a reed space,unless vf space will work with standard type reeds???

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    I'm pretty sure Lowell could get you one. And I think I remember Riva having an 800 spacer?? But I might be wrong....It might have been for the 700 motors..

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    If you not going to run v force stay with the stock trust me they are just fine. The V force as expensive as they are only give you 100rpm increase. There is nothing wrong with the OEM's

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    The adapter plate / spacer for the 800 is usually not a "stocked" item due to the lack of demand and are usually made upon order.

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    I believe you could use the 3cyl. spacer and cut one end off.
    Never done it but would bet on it.

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    here are your options:

    Look for a used waterdog.
    Look for a used Riva or R&D
    Look for a Riva carb mounting plate ( RED) for 800 or 1200. Machine out middle.

    These come up and go fast as there a few Super Jet Blasters conversions to 66E.

    I have already made some prints so send over your email addy.

    Pat

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    I have a custom made 1/2" aluminum reed spacer that was made for a GPR 1200/1300 but it should work for an 800 by cutting it.

    Pm me for details if your interested.

    -Jon

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    66e vs 66e,2 holes in the middle would have to be drilled,and 1 of the end hole would have to be ear-long-gated (you know what i mean)
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