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    Head upgrade for GP1200R ? ? ? ? ? ?

    Used Riva Head or New Pro-tec Head?
    What do you guys think?
    Any opinions, will be helpful?
    Pro's and Con's versus eachother?
    If anyone has info or part number on Riva head, please let me know



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    I don't think they make either one anymore. Just get your stock head milled, it runs around 125 bucks. You can send it to Jim or many others to have it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Almost View Post
    I don't think they make either one anymore. Just get your stock head milled, it runs around 125 bucks. You can send it to Jim or many others to have it done.
    How much you can safely take off while still able to run pump gas?

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    But if you had a choice, will you go with Used Riva or New Pro-Tec?
    Does anyone know, if both of these heads can be used with Stock Pistons?

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