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GSXS TPS Adjustment video

I've seen loads of requests for it, so I've made a video describing how to check and adjust the TPS using both methods (Dashboard and Voltmeter)

Its the first instructional video I've ever made so would appreciate some feedback on how it can be improved or whether it should just be binned


Doesn't seem to embed, no idea why!!
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Hi Paul,
It wouldn't embed for me as a copy and paste of you link above into this post.
As a C& P from You Tube address bar, this is the result below.

I was looking at your site yesterday on the TPS adjustment and I see that you say after setting up correctly, the Suzuki white lines will line up.
As I remember it, I can't recall this happening for most if not all.
If it was that easy, why not just line up the lines ?
With the disconnection of the sensors, I always spend a fair while working out what needs to be pressed in or pulled out before they come free.
I gave up on my old bike, and unbolted the sensor which hides the torq screw as the then Forum post said words like 'disconnect'; rather than say disconnect what : The sensor plug's plug in electrical wiring connection.

With the GSXS.info site, could I add a comment that the constant flickering up and down of the text when the blue chapter headers scroll sideways is very annoying when reading,
The solution would be to make them all the same depth, so the text below remains stationary. Perhaps it only is on my PC or it is a known site bug on your list.

Rob.


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Hi Paul,
It wouldn't embed for me as a copy and paste of you link above into this post.
As a C& P from You Tube address bar, this is the result below.

I was looking at your site yesterday on the TPS adjustment and I see that you say after setting up correctly, the Suzuki white lines will line up.
As I remember it, I can't recall this happening for most if not all.
If it was that easy, why not just line up the lines ?
Thanks, I've edited it to see they may line up after setting...

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With the disconnection of the sensors, I always spend a fair while working out what needs to be pressed in or pulled out before they come free.
I gave up on my old bike, and unbolted the sensor which hides the torq screw as the then Forum post said words like 'disconnect'; rather than say disconnect what : The sensor plug's plug in electrical wiring connection.

With the GSXS.info site, could I add a comment that the constant flickering up and down of the text when the blue chapter headers scroll sideways is very annoying when reading,
The solution would be to make them all the same depth, so the text below remains stationary. Perhaps it only is on my PC or it is a known site bug on your list.
I hate unplugging connectors - always seem to need too much force

I'm not sure what you mean, I don't seem to get any flickering - are you using Desktop or Mobile?

Thanks for the feedback
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I've seen loads of requests for it, so I've made a video describing how to check and adjust the TPS using both methods (Dashboard and Voltmeter)

Its the first instructional video I've ever made so would appreciate some feedback on how it can be improved or whether it should just be binned

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIr7...ature=youtu.be

Doesn't seem to embed, no idea why!!


Hi Paul.
very clear and helpful. Thank you for doing this.
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Hi Paul,

With the GSXS.info site, could I add a comment that the constant flickering up and down of the text when the blue chapter headers scroll sideways is very annoying when reading,
The solution would be to make them all the same depth, so the text below remains stationary. Perhaps it only is on my PC or it is a known site bug on your list.

Rob.
Hi Paul,
I tried to load my phone video of what I was describing, but the The Forum can't display video format files.
Here is a screen shot from my PC Desktop.
The shifting is the same on my Laptop with Windows 10 as it is on the Desktop with W10 or Firefox browsers.
I tried it with Linux Peppermint 9 on a virtual box and no different.
So, as the blue header box length reduces, the screen resizes upwards to take up the space of the less depth of the blue area's. If they were all the same depth, the text would not move up and down.

The question Paul probably wants to ask, does anyone else experience this or is it just me ?

Rob.
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Hi Paul,
I tried to load my phone video of what I was describing, but the The Forum can't display video format files.
Here is a screen shot from my PC Desktop.
The shifting is the same on my Laptop with Windows 10 as it is on the Desktop with W10 or Firefox browsers.
I tried it with Linux Peppermint 9 on a virtual box and no different.
So, as the blue header box length reduces, the screen resizes upwards to take up the space of the less depth of the blue area's. If they were all the same depth, the text would not move up and down.

The question Paul probably wants to ask, does anyone else experience this or is it just me ?

Rob.

Thanks Rob,

I can see what you mean now and will fix it today - due to different sized featured images

Thank you again
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Great video! Thanks for posting.
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Thanks Rob,

I can see what you mean now and will fix it today - due to different sized featured images

Thank you again
Thanks Paul,
All fixed when I checked it just now.

Rob.
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