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    Any "Free" mods to do to a 2000 XLL 1200?

    Are there any free mods to do to one of these? I have heard about cutting the holes in the GPR hoods/buckets, but what about the XLL??


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    try just taking the bucket out for fast runs, or order a extra and drill it up

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    Ski won't start...

    The front bucket? or both? anything else?

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    If you go to the search there is a ton of free info for free mods its there you just have to do a little digging

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    I've done a bunch of digging but can't find much for my ski...

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    If you still have the stock air intake then remove the elbow that is upstream of the airbox and let your engine breath more. This is free and gives a little extra. With the mods you have listed I would strongly reccommend a modded head. The 13/19 is a little steep without it on an XLL.

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    A lot of the mods for a GPR can be done on a XLL in some form or fashion, but there isn't much about this ski that is free. I should have took up a cheap hobby, like building an airplane or something.

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    A real easy and cheap one is to trim 3mm off the mount pylons for the ride plate. Will lower the planing speed to give better holeshot and increase top speed. Not good if you carry passengers though. REXA.

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    I put a GPR exit nozzle on my '01 XLT(put an '05 pump on the GPR) and put fender washers under the front mounting bosses to give it more angle. Best speed I got out of it last year on low fuel was 61.2, I got 62.0 out of it this weekend in rough water and a full tank. It basically has a Stage 1 kit. R&D plate, grate, 12/18 prop and of course that damned pump seal kit, also running d-plate and free flow.

    Try putting some washers under the front bosses to give it more lift, if they dont help you can always take them out. If you put a GPR nozzle on it, you will have to drill and tap holes for the reverse bucket if you want to keep it.

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