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    Do I have a D-Plate ?

    Hi All,
    Just purchased a 2007 GP1300R with a Riva ride plate, intake grate and Nozzle who knows what else?
    I was just riding at WOT and the exhaust temp warning light and buzzer went off! Shut the machine down until display went off and all was fine when I restarted.
    I was just thinking that since the previous owner installed a Riva nozzle, ride plate and intake grate perhaps he also installed a D-Plate, and didn't install the resister???
    Is there any way to tell if a D-Plate has been installed without disassembling the pipe?

    Thanks,
    Chris


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    Unfortunately you have to remove the stinger to verify.

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    What would cause the exhaust temp warning to go off? Should I not ride until I find out? Is it OK if the warning went off once I restarted?

    Chris

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    It is pretty easy to check and see if the temp sensor is installed and plugged in, or has been removed and a resistor installed.

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    Yes, if the previous owner used a resistor. Some ski's seem to be able to get away without a resistor. Some owners dont install resistors.

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    What is in your ski?

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    Not sure if it does or doesnt have a d-plate. just got the ski. First day of riding and the exhaust/cat sensor sounded after 30 min of riding.

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    Resistor? Cat temp senosr disconnected? Cat temp sensor removed?

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    cat temp sensor was unplugged, there must be a d-plate. I plugged it back in and ski seems to run better. do i need a resistor or chip, ski is an 07

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    you bet! As long as there's a d-plate in there you can put a resistor right in there and solve your problems......as long as thats the problem

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