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    Reputable Carb Rebuild Shop

    So I just recently picked up a 2002 XLT 1200 from a powersports shop. I'm wanting to build it more for longevity than for performance, although if I can get both by doing a mod then I will do that. I'm already planning Wave Eaters, and sealing the pump. Possibly a different intake grate and a new impeller and wear ring (if needed). It already has the oil pump block off plate installed. I would like to have the carbs gone through to by someone that knows so I have a good baseline of them being done properly. In addition to a rebuild kit, I'm considering getting the T-handles done, return pressure mod and also having Oside's recipe done and then installing Pro-K F/A's. I've done some Google searches and found 3 places that might do it. They are Island Racing, Jet Ski Solutions and Group K. Are any of these companies known to do the work I'm looking for? Is there any other place recommended? I appreciate any help.


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    Did you decide on a shop for the work?

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    Location,location,location!! We could help point you to somebody if we knew where you were.

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    Butterbean I think Iím gonna go with Jet Ski Solutions. I just got busy with a home project so I havenít had time to tackle it yet but I most definitely will.


    Myself I live in BFE in far NE Texas. Iím likely a good drive from any local reputable shop and far too busy to drive to Dallas or somewhere like that to have the work done. My closest big city is Texarkana.

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    Jet ski solutions can fix you up. So can WFO Performance in Houston. They are well versed in the Yamaha 1200.

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    WFO

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    Thanks for the info!

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    I heard Water Worx does a bang up job !!

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    I heard Water Worx does a bang up job !!
    I think I see what you did there

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    Yeah I was also using Water Worx, good staff

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    He repaired the sticky throttle shafts in my 1200r a few years ago. Highly recommend him! Can't believe I forgot he worked on mine!

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