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TPS SENSOR , Snatchy throttle .

well on the advice of Paul iv had my TPS set to 1.13v and what can I say it's a new bike . Snatchy throttle is gone .
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well on the advice of Paul iv had my TPS set to 1.13v and what can I say it's a new bike . Snatchy throttle is gone .
That's great news. I bought the tool but waiting for my exhaust to arrive. Pulling fairings off is a pain.

Did you do it yourself?

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No mate ,my bike was in for its first 600 mile service so I ask them to set to those settings and they did free of charge . Happy days .I didn't like the idea of doing it myself to be honest it's very hard to get right due to how sensitive it is . Good luck mate but that's the setting if you do it . worked a treat .👍
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If you have the pdf then the fairings aren't too hard. If you have the tool, then setting the tps should be pretty easy at that point.

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well on the advice of Paul iv had my TPS set to 1.13v and what can I say it's a new bike . Snatchy throttle is gone .
What are the details/story behind this? I'd like to consider doing the same.
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well on the advice of Paul iv had my TPS set to 1.13v and what can I say it's a new bike . Snatchy throttle is gone .
What are the details/story behind this? I'd like to consider doing the same.
https://gsx-s.info/gsx-s-tps-adjustment/

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