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I just finished this post + hit the wrong button so I would guess it's filed into cyberspace??? I'll make this one much shorter===98 EV seems I can't adjust tps to 157mv I only get 133 + run out of space.If I remove one holding screw from the tps I can squeek a little more assuming I settle on 133 I can only get about 330mv to set the throttle stop I should have 378mv here.Please take me by the hand + take me through this====I onl;y bite GUZZI'S nothing else,unlike my dog,thats a story for some other time!!!    Thank you

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7 hours ago, fubar guzzi said:

I just finished this post + hit the wrong button so I would guess it's filed into cyberspace??? I'll make this one much shorter===98 EV seems I can't adjust tps to 157mv I only get 133 + run out of space.If I remove one holding screw from the tps I can squeek a little more assuming I settle on 133 I can only get about 330mv to set the throttle stop I should have 378mv here.Please take me by the hand + take me through this====I onl;y bite GUZZI'S nothing else,unlike my dog,thats a story for some other time!!!    Thank you

What voltage do you get with the throttle wide open and set at 133MV closed?

Ciao

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Docc.I've tried that + it doesn't work. I'm thinking I'm rotating the tps too much at a time.I've had it set several times before but not this time.The tps should not be rotated to the max(I belive).

Lucky Phil,I'll get back to you in a couple hours

gstallons----- you hit the nail on

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I've worked all day on the tps---- I twisted the tps clockwise as far as possible + a little more,I got my 157.3 on the tps---I didn't fair so well with setting the stop screw,I gave it all it was good for but nowhere near the 378 I need. I started engine + found idle to be about 3k---turning left stop screw c/clockwise 4 turns put it close to1200 rpm as idle ----getting it sorted I think I've got it,until I can ride it I won't know for sure if its fixed. Last I checked tps was 220mv----It runs good in the garage I hope I cured the 6mp gallon problem.

       Thank you all for posting + your help

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3 minutes ago, fubar guzzi said:

I've worked all day on the tps---- I twisted the tps clockwise as far as possible + a little more,I got my 157.3 on the tps---I didn't fair so well with setting the stop screw,I gave it all it was good for but nowhere near the 378 I need. I started engine + found idle to be about 3k---turning left stop screw c/clockwise 4 turns put it close to1200 rpm as idle ----getting it sorted I think I've got it,until I can ride it I won't know for sure if its fixed. Last I checked tps was 220mv----It runs good in the garage I hope I cured the 6mp gallon problem.

       Thank you all for posting + your help

You need to check the TPS reading at full throttle. It should read around 4.7- 4.9 volts. If its not then combined with the stop voltage issue you have a TPS problem. If its reading low at WOT then the engine will be lean at full throttle and things will also not be good low down either. So basically you have the r/h throttle blade disconnected from the left, the r/h idle stop screw if fitted wound out, the fast idle lever fully clear of the r/h throttle mechanism and the r/h throttle blade fully closed ( I usually tie it back gently with a cable tie so it stays fully closed against the throttle body bore and doesnt move with the TPS) You have all this and you can't achieve 157mv's is this correct? 

How many miles on the bike?

Ciao

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