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    D plate on Non PV GP1300R

    I can find info about whether you need a chip for a PV 1300, but not what to do when you replace the cat with a d plate on a non PV ( I have a 2005 non PV and I think i will need to do this soon ). Is there a chip for the non PV ? Do I need a fuel controller if I shave the head just enough to run on 91 octane ? The fuel controller is very expensive. The sticky gives some situations where minor mods do not need the controller, but not when compression is increased only slightly.


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    powerstroke specialist mikegp's Avatar
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    its like a pv engine.you have a temp sensor,so yes you will need the chip.if you increase comp.yes you need the controller

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    I have a dplate and chip for sale, used for 1 hour. pm me if interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangermtb5 View Post
    I have a dplate and chip for sale, used for 1 hour. pm me if interested
    yes I'm interested but I can't find where to PM and I don't have enough posts yet to use the for sale area. Why did you not use them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikegp View Post
    its like a pv engine.you have a temp sensor,so yes you will need the chip.if you increase comp.yes you need the controller
    I have raised compression on many 2 stroke bikes but never had to re jet because of it. If I am just raising comp enough to use 91 octane ( all we have out here, no 92 or 93 ) why do I need to change the fuel delivered ?

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    found out how to do it and PM sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strokersquid View Post
    found out how to do it and PM sent.
    PM replied...

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    here man this is going to answer all your questions. read it till the end.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=64736

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    thank you. i read that early on and it answered many but not all questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by strokersquid View Post
    I can find info about whether you need a chip for a PV 1300, but not what to do when you replace the cat with a d plate on a non PV ( I have a 2005 non PV and I think i will need to do this soon ). Is there a chip for the non PV ? Do I need a fuel controller if I shave the head just enough to run on 91 octane ? The fuel controller is very expensive. The sticky gives some situations where minor mods do not need the controller, but not when compression is increased only slightly.
    1. Maybe, the 05's may or may not trip an alarm. Otherwise solder in a $1 resistor from Radio Shack. Look around you can find what resistance is necessary.

    2. I recommend an Efi controller for a 150 psi milled head. Top end your fine with fuel. It's your mid circuit where you may lean out a cylinder if you cruise too long at 4000 rpm

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