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    gpr intake grate

    i have a 2001 gpr...and im looking to change the grate....everyone says to change to a gpr 800 intake grate.....i looked up the part numbers and the 800 and 1200 have same part numbers......so my question is....what 800 grate is everyone talking about....what is year .....and any sudgestions for my 70mph gpr is appreciated....thanks


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    The far right is a 800 grate and the far left is a 1200/1300 grate.
    The 800 has less angle to the scoop and not as good at holeshot but faster than the 1200

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOTIME1320 View Post
    i have a 2001 gpr...and im looking to change the grate....everyone says to change to a gpr 800 intake grate.....i looked up the part numbers and the 800 and 1200 have same part numbers......so my question is....what 800 grate is everyone talking about....what is year .....and any sudgestions for my 70mph gpr is appreciated....thanks

    Here's one....

    I strongly suggest you get the stock grate changed out before it seriously hurts or KILLS you..
    - especially if your GPR is a true 70mph craft..
    - you may have decent rider ability.? --->(it won't help in the least)
    - BUT someone inexperienced on your ski will get tossed overboard if they slam the throttle shut from a Wide open run..


    There are many many threads on this subject on this forum alone..

    start here:. http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=51852

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    the grate you want really depends on your riding style, where, how, a lot of twisties and playing on a lake. the 1220/1300 two bar is a good grate for a combo of both. the 800 is a speed grate, but you will lose holeshot and handling, i use the 1200/1300 single bar in my GPRHO cause it really handles much better than the two bar, cost a couple MPH but worth it in the hard twisties where i ride 90% of the time

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    thanks or info,,,,riding style is completly flat water and all speed runs....no turning.....i have another ski for that......but am i missing sonething here......both my 1200 have a 4 bar which from my under standing is stock,,,,,2000 and 2001 and 800 gpr...part numbers are the same......are these after market 800 grates or from differnt year 800....where do i get one and what year boat is it off andwhat is part number? im not worried about hole shot.....just want mph speed....

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    This is What you need for speed...

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=658

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    I have a used one from R&D for $110 (incl. Shipping and Paypal fee)

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