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    Oside Bill's recipe (2000 SUV1200 66G/68X engine)

    I have a 2000 SUV1200 with th 66G/68X engine. Does Bill's 66V engine carb recipe work for my engine?

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    SUV1200 has the 65U engine so follow the 65u recipe from Bill


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    Thanks Cutlass. I was basing the engine code off the manual I have. Is there a difference between the SUV1200 and SV1200? I can only find Bill's 66V recipe. Any idea where the 65U recipe is?
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    Not sure where to find his recipe but he did a lot of SUV1200 posts and work. Or you could try the recipe me and others used on the Gp1200. Same engine as the SUV.
    The 66v is a very different engine

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    If you are moving the motor mounts for a 66V, you mind as well put in a 4-stroke MR1. See recipes below.

    -Greg

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