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Yamaha D Catalytic Plate For 800 1200 1300 Gpr Xlt Waverunner Genuine Machter on

US $32.19

Greeley, Colorado, United States

Greeley, Colorado, United States
Condition:New Brand:Machter Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply UPC:Does not apply

Yamaha D Catalytic Plate for 800 1200 1300 GPR XLT Waverunner


This part is for competition use only!

Fits the following Yamaha Power Valve models:

  • 2000-2003 GP1200R
  • GP1300R
  • 2001-2005 XLT1200
  • 1999-2001 XL1200 LTD


 Package Included:1 x D Plate(NOT INCLUDE THE CHIP)


 Note:Aftermarket Replacement

The PWC Cat Temp Sensor Chip is a must when replacing the OEM Catalytic Converter with the D-plate on your Yamaha GPR. The Temp Sensor imitates the signal sent to the OEM CDI by the Catalytic Converter’s temp. probe preventing CDI flutters, warning devices sounding and engine shut downs due to cat removal. The use of this sensor is only necessary with the OEM CDI. Plugs directly into factory wiring harness.


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If item is dead on delivery,damaged, faulty or wrong item was sent to you, we're happy to offer refund or replacement and arrange return shipping for you.

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Warranty does not cover any related installation or re-installation costs involved.

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