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    Cat Removal

    Looking at what Mods to do on my 2003 Yamaha 1200xlt,what should I do first,
    I live in the UK so would have to source parts from the US.

    What benifits would I get if I removed the CAT and whats involved,

    Cheers

    Taza


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    Benefits include no cat to crumble apart and clog the exhaust pipe. Minimal gains in speed, it's more of a preventative measure. You will need to remove the exhaust pipe, remove the cat, install a D-plate, and the cat sensor chip to fool the CDI into thinking the cat is still there. Depending on mods, you may need to richen up the carb adjusters a tad.

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    Someone must have gotten laid this weekend.

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