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    d-plate 2000 GP1200R ????????

    whare is it?? what is it?? and why does everyone seem to be removing it??


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    It replaces the catalytic converter that is know to fail plugs the exhaust and grenades the motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    It replaces the catalytic converter that is know to fail plugs the exhaust and grenades the motor.
    beerdart im lost?? what do you mean by grenades the motor?? so what would i need to get and where should i begin??

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    ok so to me it looks like a gasket.. am i right. and the sensor to bypass i understand that how does the gasket bypass catalytic??

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    It is a metal plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_3_0_5 View Post
    ok so to me it looks like a gasket.. am i right. and the sensor to bypass i understand that how does the gasket bypass catalytic??
    The plate REPLACES the catalytic converter and the plug "tricks" the ski into thinking that it is still there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roost5o View Post
    The plate REPLACES the catalytic converter and the plug "tricks" the ski into thinking that it is still there.
    got it.. so what exactly are the benifits of this??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_3_0_5 View Post
    got it.. so what exactly are the benifits of this??

    1. no need to run yamalube oil
    2. better bottom end
    3. not prone to failures

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_3_0_5 View Post
    got it.. so what exactly are the benifits of this??
    Quite simply..to keep the cat con from failing and screwing up your motor like Beerdart said.

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