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7 hours ago, pete roper said:

Too right. Is the ETS working?

I thought the same about the Air Temperature Sensor. Fortunately, these values can be viewed on GuzziDiag . . .

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On 6/23/2022 at 11:01 AM, docc said:

I thought the same about the Air Temperature Sensor. Fortunately, these values can be viewed on GuzziDiag . . .

Hey sorry for the delay ( moving sucks lol )

pardon my ignorance, what is ETS ?

Engine temperature, sensor?

When the engine is on the temperature of the engine increases … I can see it on Guzzi diag.

I am moving so I had to chance to ride the bike etc.

Will do asap 

thank you 

 

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It's what I'd take that to be, there's a temp sensor bolted onto one of the heads, I can't remember which one though

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57 minutes ago, Weegie said:

It's what I'd take that to be, there's a temp sensor bolted onto one of the heads, I can't remember which one though

Yep, the "ETS" (Engine Temperature Sensor) is on the inboard side of the right head, toward the rear.

The Air Temperature Sensor is at the right, front of the airbox.

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1 hour ago, docc said:

Yep, the "ETS" (Engine Temperature Sensor) is on the inboard side of the right head, toward the rear.

The Air Temperature Sensor is at the right, front of the airbox.

Ok I see it .

It’s screwed in like a spark plug.

How do I test it bad?

should I just replace it and pray that was the cause?

where can I buy one ?

thank you 

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4 minutes ago, arveno said:

Ok I see it .

It’s screwed in like a spark plug.

How do I test it bad?

should I just replace it and pray that was the cause?

where can I buy one ?

thank you 

Open your V11 on GuzziDiag. Select the various sensors to be displayed including air temperature and engine temperature. Look, als, at RPM (compare to what the tachometer reads and note any difference), voltage, and TPS Degrees Opening.

Observe that the sensor readings are sensible (i.e.: both air and engine temp readings are ambient temp with the bike cold.  Start the bike and observe that the readings change as expected.  Operating temperature starts at 60ºC. Much hotter than that, use a fan over the front of the cylinders.

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20 minutes ago, docc said:

Open your V11 on GuzziDiag. Select the various sensors to be displayed including air temperature and engine temperature. Look, als, at RPM (compare to what the tachometer reads and note any difference), voltage, and TPS Degrees Opening.

Observe that the sensor readings are sensible (i.e.: both air and engine temp readings are ambient temp with the bike cold.  Start the bike and observe that the readings change as expected.  Operating temperature starts at 60ºC. Much hotter than that, use a fan over the front of the cylinders.

Air temp 22 engine temp 22 

turn the engine on and the engine temp raise .

air temp ( ambient) stays obviously 22

Looks like the sensor is working 

when I saw the co trim at 21 the engine temp went from 22 to 70 

definitely it’s working.

now

i have not ridden the bike since the night I set the co trim to 0 

I smell gas all over lol

before I go for a ride I have to drop the oil…. Again ah ah 

man’s pray gas doesn’t go again into the sump 

or I am gonna light it up for good ah ah 

jk 

 

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Every time the V11 is started, cold or hot, the ECU runs an enrichening map for the first 4,000- revolutions.

It will always be, smell, rich on start-up . . .

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3 minutes ago, docc said:

Every time the V11 is started, cold or hot, the ECU runs an enrichening map for the first 4,000- revolutions.

It will always be, smell, rich on start-up . . .

Once I have time to test ride it properly I will let you know .

in theory the CO trim has been adjust to zero.

will see .

will come back in a couple of day ( hopefully) 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Ok folks 

I give up anybody want a cheap 2002 V11 ? LOL 

( no kidding I am serious )

 

started the bike up and I noticed it does not smoke as much as it used to.

warm her up a bit and went for a ride … improved a bit but spark plugs at still covered of black dust .

they are not wet … just like black powder.

I am getting sick of this bike 

I am gonna sell it or just take all that electronic crap out and put some carburetors…

 

 

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1 hour ago, Pressureangle said:

If you left the old plugs in, it will take some time for them to clean up. 

Agreed. NGK BPR6ES are inexpensive. Give her some fresh ones to reflect all of the progress you have made.

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Alright, so, "better" with the Tune-up, CO zeroed.  This V11 has the original airbox? New (paper) air filter?

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