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1 hour ago, LowRyter said:

It's crazy that a cheap plastic part can cause to much trouble.

Right? I suppose that if I should  just replace it every other time-up it would be no big deal. I would rather a more durable solution.

Didn’t someone bring up using a non-contact type of TPS device (instead of a common potentiometer that physically wipes a contact)? Is that an option for us to pursue?

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I thought someone talked about using a Hall sensor? Chuck maybe ? 

and to clarify my earlier statement. In the past, many many miles traveled for work or 

places far from home. During those "events" I was not exactly traveling in the most legal fashion.

Now days I don't travel for work on the bike so I have been "taking it easy" which puts me right in the

2.8 to 3 k range of the hiccups.

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Well , I am glad I looked before I gave my worthless opinion . They do produce a contactless Hall effect sensor that can be used in place of a wiper/pot set-up . 

 If you can get it in the correct range and configuration , your problems are over ! 

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4 hours ago, andy york said:

I thought someone talked about using a Hall sensor? Chuck maybe ? 

and to clarify my earlier statement. In the past, many many miles traveled for work or 

places far from home. During those "events" I was not exactly traveling in the most legal fashion.

Now days I don't travel for work on the bike so I have been "taking it easy" which puts me right in the

2.8 to 3 k range of the hiccups.

I believe it was the Flux Capacitor.  

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On 11/24/2020 at 11:55 AM, andy york said:

I thought someone talked about using a Hall sensor? Chuck maybe ? 

and to clarify my earlier statement. In the past, many many miles traveled for work or 

places far from home. During those "events" I was not exactly traveling in the most legal fashion.

Now days I don't travel for work on the bike so I have been "taking it easy" which puts me right in the

2.8 to 3 k range of the hiccups.

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