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post #661 of 721 Old 08-29-2018, 02:14 PM
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Is there a youtube video that shows how to adjust the TPS?
I think this is the one I used...

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My 2016 GSXS has a full M4 exhaust, K&N filter and PC5. It ran like a bag of crap. I had it Dyno'd and it got a ltle better but still snatchy. Is there a youtube video that shows how to adjust the TPS? I cant ride this bike. Its gonna get me killed if I hit a bump in a corner. I only have 400 miles on it and I just wont ride it.

My advice is to get the ECU flashed to have all the restrictions turned off, especially the fuel cut on decel which is what causes the jerky on/off throttle. Here is a link to setting/adjusting the TPS https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/357697-post611.html and https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/357665-post608.html Finally have a custom dyno map run to suit your set up.
Mine is a 2015 with ECU flashed, K&N and a PCv custom map for the stock can and it runs as smooth as a dream now with constant predictable throttle from the get go, it is now the bike it should have been from the factory.
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My advice is to check the free stuff first, because if the TPS is incorrect, flashing won't fix it. TPS first then flash if needed. I've done both. I say this having done it the other way around myself after following advice to flash.
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My 2016 GSXS has a full M4 exhaust, K&N filter and PC5. It ran like a bag of crap. I had it Dyno'd and it got a ltle better but still snatchy. Is there a youtube video that shows how to adjust the TPS? I cant ride this bike. Its gonna get me killed if I hit a bump in a corner. I only have 400 miles on it and I just wont ride it.
So what did the bag of crap dyno at
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I had it installed early in the bikes life (2016 GSXS1000). But once TPS was adjusted, no need. I also took the o2 eliminator off. It runs perfectly no stuttering, no hesitation or snatch.

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My 2016 GSXS has a full M4 exhaust, K&N filter and PC5. It ran like a bag of crap. I had it Dyno'd and it got a ltle better but still snatchy. Is there a youtube video that shows how to adjust the TPS? I cant ride this bike. Its gonna get me killed if I hit a bump in a corner. I only have 400 miles on it and I just wont ride it.
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If it runs like crap afetr a dyno run with custom map then i would suggest your tuner does not know what he is doing.
Check the TPS voltage using a break out lead, make sure yur PC5 is sync'd with the throttle position and it should be fine.
The full M4 and the filter are going to make it run really lean which causes the snatch in the first place, there is loads of info on here about how to get round it

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145 hp 80 ft Tq at the rear wheel
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145 hp 80 ft Tq at the rear wheel
cant get to much if any better than that for the short dyno tune you had....have 16 also goodluck with your snatch
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I adjusted the tps and the bike is like a different machine. I can ride over bumps and not have the bike change an rpm. Now I have to figure out how to get rid of the pop when off of the gas.
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I adjusted the tps and the bike is like a different machine. I can ride over bumps and not have the bike change an rpm. Now I have to figure out how to get rid of the pop when off of the gas.
To stop the pop on the over run you need to block or disconnect the PAIR Valve
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