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    PWCToday Regular billglass's Avatar
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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    Group K bored my carbs back in the day. worked out great. I had to adjust the jetting, but they can't tell what the jetting is going to be with all the different configurations of pipes, intake etc. Also, had flywheel lightened. No Problems. It's good to always give a business the chance to correct a mistake. Now, if they don't help, then rip them on the forum.

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    Group K are the best in my opinion. I had a Hammer kit on my 750sx that screams carburetor was spot on. Also did a kit for my 1200 Yamaha that flies now. Some serious 2 stroke knowledge in that shop my friends nothing those guys do is half ***. Harry, my Kawasaki H1 500 triple is unreal thanks again that cylinder work was a work of art. Can't wait to make my Jet mate rip next.

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    i send my carburator Seadoo 787 to groupk--- 15 years ago,I never them problems, and I have them a gains of 150 rpm... groupk is a responsible company
    Rossier 7250 rpm
    110 mid pipe/200 stinger
    Head 43cc/45 squish
    Strak swirl 17/22

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    Quote Originally Posted by mandriva View Post
    i send my carburator Seadoo 787 to groupk--- 15 years ago,I never them problems, and I have them a gains of 150 rpm... groupk is a responsible company
    "Back in the day" 15yrs? This is today. I'm sure the ones that knew what they were doing moved on and now have "less" knowledgeable guys now
    2004 Rxp Stock Motor with other light mods
    1996 Xp Resurrected july 2014/SOLD 2016
    1991 Kawi 750cc Big pin Twin Carb Sport Cruiser Custom (Resurrected Feb 2015 completed June 2015)
    2000 XP Saved Spring 2016- Resurrected July 2016 as new
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    resident guru mandriva's Avatar
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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    ah my english is too bad!
    i sen me carburator around 2000 years if my memoiry is good! sorry for confusion
    Rossier 7250 rpm
    110 mid pipe/200 stinger
    Head 43cc/45 squish
    Strak swirl 17/22

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    2000 years ago, who did the work Moses ?
    Get your Fat Dudes T-shirts right here PM me for details !

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    resident guru mandriva's Avatar
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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    anyways i known than this is group k that has oversize... it's racing team moto de iles from quebec who send it ....
    This long do...

    I took bing tranlator
    Rossier 7250 rpm
    110 mid pipe/200 stinger
    Head 43cc/45 squish
    Strak swirl 17/22

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    Quote Originally Posted by WFO Speedracer View Post
    2000 years ago, who did the work Moses ?
    LOL! right...
    2004 Rxp Stock Motor with other light mods
    1996 Xp Resurrected july 2014/SOLD 2016
    1991 Kawi 750cc Big pin Twin Carb Sport Cruiser Custom (Resurrected Feb 2015 completed June 2015)
    2000 XP Saved Spring 2016- Resurrected July 2016 as new
    2002 Seadoo ISLANDIA/Sold
    CANDoo Pro system

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MedicMoose View Post
    Sent my carb to Group K this winter to have it bored out. Just pulled it out of the shipping box and installed it on the ski. When it wouldn't run I checked the settings on the carb and found that the low speed screw was about to fall out and the high speed screw was missing all together. Shoddy work right there!! Not impressed at all.
    You just pulled it out of the box and installed it on the ski? - You didn't check the settings or notice the high speed screw was missing? - It didn't run right - DUH - Shoddy work right there!! Not impressed at all
    Last edited by don37725; 03-19-2016 at 03:56 PM.

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    Re: Carb Boring - Not Impressed!!

    Sea-one,
    Please know that all the work at Group K is done by "exactly" the same techs that did the work in 1990. We have had a small number of very sharp techs that have worked at our shop over the decades, but the two original techs are still here and still doing the same quality of work we have always done ..... That is why all our competitors have vanished, and we continue to be very busy year round.
    Respectfully, Harry Klemm owner Group K

    Quote Originally Posted by sea-one View Post
    "Back in the day" 15yrs? This is today. I'm sure the ones that knew what they were doing moved on and now have "less" knowledgeable guys now
    Unless otherwise stated, responses to all forum posts are based on my personal experiences working within the PWC industry, and developing high performance PWCs since 1987.

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