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    2005 GP 800r limp mode

    I have a 2005 800r that will not go full throttle. It idles fine i bypassed the temp sensor. is there any other sensor that would put the ski into limp mode? tia


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    there is no limp mode on an 800. its most likely carb issues. Ever been rebuilt? most likely time!!

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    WFO

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    not the carbs just had them rebuilt. last time i had this issue WFO had me disconnect the temp sensor and it restored full throttle a Yamaha ski mechanic told me that the oil level sensor would put the ski into limp mode as well. i see some people tell me there is no limp mode then others tell me there is lol I'm so confused.

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    Theres no limp mode on a 800 2 stroke. I owned one for many years, I know first hand. The only thing the oil sender does is gives you oil level on the display.

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    Did you replace the cat with d-plate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryffryda View Post
    Did you replace the cat with d-plate?
    there is none on a 800

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