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    How long to install D-plate and chip sensor

    Hi. I searched to see if someone already mentioned this in a prior thread, but did not see any answers.

    I'm planning to do this myself on a 2000 XL1200 Ltd. How long does it take to remove old cat/con, clean it out, and install D-plate and cat temp sensor?

    Trying to budget my time.

    Thanks!!


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    My first time 2.5 hours including the pipe removal. Heat thos bolts up a little before removing them.

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    Using air tools about 45 mins. The XLT is more cramped than the GPR ( about 20 mins),

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    2 minutes ,once the pipe is off. LOL

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