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    GP 1200 reed block's needed !!!

    Looking for the reed blocks for a GP1200... I was told by DARTHRAIDER a while back that the 1200's longer reed blocks are ideal to use on the 760 motor.. this sets the flow further into the block and this is improved by adding the spacer plate, to put the flow at the boost port...
    I received a set from SUPERD_ and wanted to install these blocks before the mud bug.... I got to looking at them and the inner surface was redesigned from one to the other, along with a reed stop change... the stops weren't an issue cause I'd use the 760's if need be, but am wanting the blocks to be the same matched set !!


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    Anyone have a set out of a 1200 for sale ???
    (THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS THE GPR's) needed are old school 1200 GP !!

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    Yes, shoot me a PM.

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    Didn't I see 'em on Riva for half price or something like that??

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    ttt ANYONE???

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    Ellussive reeds

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    I have some but will be needing them.
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    what a tease...lol

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    Did you find any yet?I may have two.

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    No... not yet... If you look at the back of the block, on the inside, one I have has a little radius'd FILLET where the 90 deg. angle is formed between the vertical sides and the horizontal top and bottom ... this area needs to be square for the riva /boysen stuffers to fit.
    One I have is perfect... the other would have to be file'd and sealed..
    I'm not too concerned on the stops as the 760's should work..

    Would like to have an unground matched set as this is vital for balance of flow into the cylinders.

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