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    Jetworks Catalytic Converter Plate

    Anybody running one?

    http://www.jetworks.net/

    Seems like all the people are running the D-Plate but never seen anybody with this one?


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    jetworks catcon plate

    i have one of the jetworks O plate on my gpr. I have not run it since the install. But it looks like better air flow than a d plate.

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    The O-plates work I know Art had to adjust them initially and has some bore specs for 1300 motors. if you ever looked at the carbon pattern on a cat you would see where the d-plate design came from. Remember the original d-plates were designed by Yamaha for export market skis.

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    Sweet, thanks. Art seems like a nice dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    The O-plates work I know Art had to adjust them initially and has some bore specs for 1300 motors. if you ever looked at the carbon pattern on a cat you would see where the d-plate design came from. Remember the original d-plates were designed by Yamaha for export market skis.

    So is the D design better or the O design better?

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    Coke or Pepsi? I prefer the D, RX951 prefers the O.
    I have used D-plates in several different motors, I know the difference in which brand works better for stock motors (R&D for 1200's) and (Riva for 1300's) I know how much to open them up to get gains for larger bores and porting. So I am more comfortable with the D-Plate. I know the stock O-plate works great with a 1200, and can be opened up a bit to perform great in a 1300. Art at Jetworks has the spec, he gave it to me once but I no longer have it.

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    I have the jet works plate in my gp1200r. I will have a d plate in the xl 1200 i am putting together. I have no idea how it will compare. the gpr does a solid 65 the only mod is the jetworks plate and an r&d nozzle. it pulls hard all the way to the point where it will not go any faster.

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    Jetworks o plate

    so if you use the O plate in a 1300. It needs to be opened up ?is that a p.v. Motor?what about using a power sleeve with the O plate?

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    Art at Jetworks has the spec for opening them up. I believe you would be the first to try this combination. I would say try it as is first.

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