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    Angry I need a reinforcement bad

    hey whats up i need a pump reinforcement for my gp 1200r badly that carbon fiber or what ever it is i need it bad thats all that is holding me back from the water if any body has one please let me know.


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    Welcome to the forum 1300 R,someone will chime in just a few to help you out.

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    Welcome !!!

    Join the club and the long line waiting on reinforcements.

    In the how to/Faq section, RX951 posted a template on making your own reinforcement.

    Good luck and welcome to the forum !!!

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    Welcome to the Forum

    R&D sells a carbon fiber reinforcement, but I think they have been on backorder recently.

    I developed a HOW-TO buy using carbon fiber cloth to do it yourself. It will cost you about 50.00 for the total job. It can be done in Fiberglass or Carbon fiber cloth. You can download the template for free.

    Template download
    http://www.greenhulk.net/yama/showthread.php?t=1942

    Here are my pics of the install
    http://www.hydrotoys.com/gpr/tuners/rx951/tunnel/

    Also, check with our site online store when ordering products. Enter Jerry's coupon code [greenhulk]
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/

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    R&D's carbon fiber reinforcement is mostly glass. There is a carbon ply on the inside and one on outside. You notice this real quick once you start trimming it. My first one a year ago was all carbon fiber. The one I got several months ago was mainly glass, and the price went up. I had to wait for over a month for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spud
    R&D's carbon fiber reinforcement is mostly glass. There is a carbon ply on the inside and one on outside. You notice this real quick once you start trimming it. My first one a year ago was all carbon fiber. The one I got several months ago was mainly glass, and the price went up. I had to wait for over a month for it.
    I have to say though that the one I got from R&D this summer was very heavy duty and worth the money.

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    i did mine the rx951 way...works and cost 50 bucks..

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    You have a point Voodoo they are very heavy duty. I like the fact you can really draw them down good with the pump shoe bolts in the inserts.

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    ive got the R&D makes heavy duty i 5200 the whole underneath of it

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    Thats what I did too Nater

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