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post #601 of 721 Old 03-25-2018, 12:32 AM
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A little ride in garage and there's apparently no throttle response improve.
Um, how big is your garage? Pictures please!

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90m (colective garage), big enough to use 1st and 2nd gear and try some little revs.

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90m (colective garage), big enough to use 1st and 2nd gear and try some little revs.


Thats 10m longer than the local ice-hockey arena! Not the rink, the entire building!

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Thats 10m longer than the local ice-hockey arena! Not the rink, the entire building!
Ha ha imagine trying to ride the bike on an ice rink!!!

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Another satisfied customer. I included a check of the TPS in my 600 mile service. It was sitting at the bottom. It should not have come off the assembly line like that but it's so much better now.

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Its a shame the best post in this thread is now almost useless due to Photobucket. Could we get the images hosted on another site to fix the post and make it useful again?

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Its a shame the best post in this thread is now almost useless due to Photobucket. Could we get the images hosted on another site to fix the post and make it useful again?

https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/183282-post216.html
I have uploaded the images to a new host site and re-done this post with some additions to the original, it was some time ago so i hope i have got them in the correct order.

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Bridge this plug -


Turn on the ignition and see if you get this reading on the dash -


If so check the marks on the TPS to see if they are out of alignment like this -


Carefully release this security screw, just enough to allow movement and re-align the markers -



until you get this reading on the dash.


After manually adjusting the TPS and being happy with the results I ordered the lead that plugs in so you can check the open / closed throttle voltage to ensure it is within the given range.
This arrived -


Plugged it in here -




Turned on the ignition and put the meter across these terminals -


With the throttle in a closed position this was the reading ( allowed range 1.10 - 1.14v )


Then with the throttle in an open position ( allowed range 4.5v approx )


So after my manual adjustment everything came out with in spec, for some reason though the TC still can't be changed on the fly but as stated in an earlier post this is of no consequence to me, the bike rides great and the throttle is smoother, happy days, job done !
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Wow thank you so much! That was very kind of you to take the time to do that. This has been such a helpful thread to many people and I think it can continue being helpful again!
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One question- someone had mentioned in this thread that the voltages should be read with the engine running, not just with the ignition on. That would be interesting when measuring the open throttle voltages. Thoughts?
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