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    Powervalve motor and d-plate chip???

    Hope someone can help. pictures are best, i learn from seeing it.I have a 2000 GP1200R thats tore down right now, 2 questions.Where is the the powervalve motor normally mounted at?Mines haging by zipties.The second is could someone show or tell me where the D-plate mod chip goes, my egt probe isnt plugged in and cant find the other end yet.It looks like mine has a jetworks style o-plate installed, i dont know what it liked like to begin with so hard to tell.


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    Cat/Con chip and water temp sensor will plug into the terminals (white) on the left side of your electrical box.

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    Power valve motor mount location

    this is on an 2002 GPR
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    Ohhh ok, thanks both of you.

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