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Re: too impatient to buy catcode plug
- From: "Dean Wegner" <dewegner@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 20:49:11 -0600
- Subject: Re: too impatient to buy catcode plug
I think this link has a description of which sockets to plug together to
configure the different Cat Code Plugs without the actual CCP.
Your mileage sounds normal for no CCP and oxygenated fuels.
I never get the mileage of what others report on the list.
On Dec 2, 2007 2:44 PM, scott Baxter <rg500g@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Not quite what I was looking for...
> I'm hearing that no catcode plug is not good for the
> cat. I have a stock exhaust and want to keep it on
> and functioning, cat included.
> Back to my original question. Are you aware of a Web
> link that will allow me to replicate the wiring of a
> catcode plug through directly jumpering the socket?
> Whether or not I need to throw the plug that I don't
> have away is irrelevant. I'm looking for the link.
> --- HDBESQ@xxxxxxx wrote:
> > In a message dated 12/2/2007 2:29:16 PM Eastern
> > Standard Time,
> > rg500g@xxxxxxxxx writes:
> > > Is there a link
> > > somewhere to the jumper spec, i.e. what socket is
> > > jumpered to what socket for an R1100RT catcode?
> > Yep. The secret is to pull it out and throw it in
> > the trash. Then ride,
> > ride like the wind.
> > Jim Moore
> > CCP Free Since '98
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