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    Thanks, all in need to know (better safe than sorry).

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    Re: Carburetor Drilled Return Pressure Balancing Modification GPR, XLT, GP, SUV, etc.

    Great write up. I assume this is something useful for all ski's even if they are stock correct?

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    Re: Carburetor Drilled Return Pressure Balancing Modification GPR, XLT, GP, SUV, etc.

    I do this to all the Yami triples I work on stock or not

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    The carbs in the picture shown are out of a gp1200r right? If so will the tee handle fit a gp1200, i think theyre the same carb other than the acc pump? Dumb question but just wondering. Also if the line on a gp1200 is smaller can you tap the return line for a 105 pilot jet instead of a main or is it just to small?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hespy1 View Post
    The carbs in the picture shown are out of a gp1200r right? If so will the tee handle fit a gp1200, i think theyre the same carb other than the acc pump? Dumb question but just wondering. Also if the line on a gp1200 is smaller can you tap the return line for a 105 pilot jet instead of a main or is it just to small?
    Yes, looks like GPR carbs.
    I think the pilot jet is too small. I just used a brass, 1/4 inch, inline barbed fitting. I tapped it and installed a 105 main for my GP1200. I actually made two of these. I made one Tee fitting so I could monitor fuel pressure, then when I was satisfied it was all good, I pulled out the fuel pressure gauge setup and replaced the Tee with a inline fitting.

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    Thanks cutlass and great wright up bill.

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    I have a 00 XL 1200 Limited are they the same carbs as the GPR mentioned in this post ? and if so can I do this mod on the carbs I have ??

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by chevydog View Post
    I have a 00 XL 1200 Limited are they the same carbs as the GPR mentioned in this post ? and if so can I do this mod on the carbs I have ??

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    Yes and yes you can

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