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    New BEST GPS Speed on my GP1200R

    Well guys,

    I went out with the lake dunlap boys here in San Antonio. And Mr. Ray with the beastly RXP let me borrow his GPS System to make some runs on my bolted on GP1200R.

    Here are the times:

    Full tank: 69.3mph

    3/4 Tank: 69.8 mph

    1/2 Tank: 70.6mph

    Overall, I was really impressed with how my ski pulled and I'm ready to test it out again on another day!


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    Nice job!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    great job !!! Keep those 1200's Alive ! ~

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    thanks guys! I think at 1/4 of a tank and on a flat day with cool weather this ski could do 71mph-72mph easily!

    Not bad... for me it's good enough to beat all the stock ski's on the water or be neck a neck with those new RXP-X's.

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    very nice!

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    nice results , keep modding and you will reach 75 sooner then you think.


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    I think so.. my tuner who built this ski will hopefully get me to 75mph one of these days!

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    What is the ideal weight on a rider for someone to get there highest speed GPS?

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    You can make those unported 1200's fly !

    when I hit 74.2 on a 1200 grate
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ighlight=rx951

    when I hit 76.7
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=76.7

    1200 speeds database
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=76.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by stifun View Post
    Well guys,

    I went out with the lake dunlap boys here in San Antonio. And Mr. Ray with the beastly RXP let me borrow his GPS System to make some runs on my bolted on GP1200R.

    Here are the times:

    Full tank: 69.3mph

    3/4 Tank: 69.8 mph

    1/2 Tank: 70.6mph

    Overall, I was really impressed with how my ski pulled and I'm ready to test it out again on another day!
    very good,

    could you list your mods?

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