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    Adam, were you ever able to get your dribbling under control? I'm wondering if this could have to do with engine alignment. I know when my alignment was a little off the engine vibrated a lot more.


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    Its funny that you should ask , I have been spendings a lot of time on my GP1200R and only yesterday decided to do some engine work on my GP1200 . I have new pistons and a 170 psi protec head I just bought cheap . Iím going to look at my carbs again after gaining more insight into why they dribble compared to the GPR engine . I will be installing thicker bleed tabs in the carbs to stop the dribble that is causes blubbering throttle response. I will post my findings.

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    Doubled up the anti siphon valves and it stopped the dribble , now I’m having issues with it cutting out . Might have a bad battery.

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