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    2005 GP1300 Cat sensor chip??

    I just installed a D plate and was wondering if i need the cat sensor chip on my 05 gp1300? I dont know if its an OEM CDI


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    Quote Originally Posted by gilou119 View Post
    I just installed a D plate and was wondering if i need the cat sensor chip on my 05 gp1300? I dont know if its an OEM CDI
    Bro NO you don:t need it! I put a full stage 1 in my GP 05! ride safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilou119 View Post
    I just installed a D plate and was wondering if i need the cat sensor chip on my 05 gp1300? I dont know if its an OEM CDI
    Hey There Gilou...

    Firstly, There are currently NO alternative's to the OEM CDi for the fuel injected GPR's..!!

    So you have a stock CDi in you ski..!!

    Secondly, You probably "won't" need a chip for your 05 GPR..

    If the ski flashes up a fault code or warning symbol, then you will need a 2k ohm resistor.. (from Radio Shack etc)

    This is the current best option as the available "chip" is not quite the correct resistance for your year of ski..?

    For now i suggest you just leave the sensor unplugged..!!
    You should have no problems whatsoever..

    Gerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO
    I did a little playing around with a gauge tester (variable resister) and my YDS yesterday. I was able to dial in the resistance I wanted, then read the exh temp thru the ECU.

    Sensor unplugged, the temp was about 550*

    1K = 1111*
    2K = 995*
    10K = 788*

    This 05 I am working on has a stumble at cruise around 4500-4800 rpms and I was hoping to work it out with the exhaust temp. I have heard of other 05s that are very sensitive to the exh temp reading.
    Personally I'm using the 10k resistor. I thought I soldered, taped, and wrapped that puppy up well, but I've had 2 break on me in a year. I'm glad Radio Shack sells them 10 for $1.00

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