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Gday all!
Couple of questions from a noob please (this is my idiot question for the month, everyone's allowed 1 a month).
1. Will the 250/300 crank go in the 198 motor, or is the whole btm end required?
2. Does the GT200 have open-loop ECU, closed-loop like the GTS, or a carby?
3. Does the GT200 have a rpm-limiter like the GTS, and if so, does anyone know what rev it kicks in?
4. Is there an aftermarket CDI with adjustable advance curves?
5. Does the ignition fire off a "tone wheel" off the crank, or does it use a "hall-effect" sensor on a mounted plate triggered off the cam nose/crank nose, etc?

Sorry bout all that guys, but you know how "cunning plans" keep your head spinning all night when you're trying to sleep!

You can see where I'm heading with all this obviously, but still yet to decide on the model to suit my riding conditions. Standard performance characteristics don't really come into it, but more the end result after I've got the thing done.

Thanks in advance for your patience........
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The 200 is carbed, not fuel injected.
They have a rev limiter, but it's set at higher RPMs than the 250/300.
Malossi makes a new head/cylinder kit for the 200 (and 250) which bumps the displacement. They're popular and have received good reviews.
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