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    D-Plate or JetWorks Cat Replacement?

    Is there any advantage to the JetWorks Cat Con replacement over the D-Plate? I'll assume no unless told otherwise, as I never recall anyone talking about them.
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    The D-plate stlye is OEM on modles outside the US. As long as the hole was the same area I'm not sure there would be a difference. I'm not sure if the placement of the "D" in the plate was important... I would call R&D Glenn may have some insight on it.

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    Maybe I'll do that... who knows. Here's what they have to say about it anyway.

    http://www.jetworks.net/catplate.htm

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    Art...it looks too much like the Power Core too me

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    I am running with the Jetworks "C" plate on my stage2 '03 1300R. I have not gotten my hands on any version of the D plate to test them against each other. My thinking was that I wanted maximum exhaust gas velocity for a quick take off. I was just using logic to try to get what I wanted (stump pulling acceleration) but it may be that I am way off base. I would double check with one of the moderators on this forum, they are all pretty well versed.

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    Cool. Yes... I'm new to the GPR scene. Just throwing it out there. I have no clue if it's better or not, just saw it and thought that I would share it.

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    It 'looks' to me that the jetworks plate will give you less rpm but a better holeshot and mid range compared to the "D" plate.The opening on the Jetworks plate looks to be a bigger diameter,less speed.I have NOT tested the jetworks plate so im just assuming the facts here.

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    I THINK THEY WILL BE ABOUT EQUAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUCKMYWAKE
    I THINK THEY WILL BE ABOUT EQUAL
    You would.

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    I don't remember who it was, but somebody tested this on the Riva board a long while back. I believe it gave good holeshot but a loss in top end rpm's versus the D plate.

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