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    hi all

    need some base settings voltage wise from the tps

    im installing my tps onto my 999 throttle bodies and im after the voltage of
    the tps at rest on a tls so i can set it to run on my project

    infact if anyone has a graph and mapped the voltage increases per degrees
    that would be great

    also does anyone know the degrees that the throttle plate is open at rest

  • #2
    Re: tls tps voltages needed

    You don't have a stock pair to look at?

    You could just use the TPS resistance value of a closed stock pair of TB's to get a starting point rather than a live voltage reading. Plus the voltage reading might be different between different bikes depending on the exact value of the +5V output from the ECU.

    The Throttle plate moves nearly 90 degrees, how many degrees does the TPS shaft turn?

    Have you looked at page 4-39 in the maual? The resistances are there.

    ~1.2k at idle
    ~4.4k at WOT
    "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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    • #3
      Re: tls tps voltages needed

      cheers steve
      was going to take the base settings from the set i have
      but couldnt remember if ive adjusted things since they had been removed
      that'll teach me
      but going by the values you gave me, mine were'nt that far off(1.10-4.85)

      i take it that the tls tps is a linear type from the steady increase in resistance

      on measuring the 999 tps i was a bit confused as it is stated as being a linear type but the reading went up to half throttle but dropped back from there to full throttle (1.4-3.04-2.58)

      where is the link for the manual,i'll be able to tell how much degres open to set the butterflies at idle in accordence with the tps setting

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      • #4
        Re: tls tps voltages needed

        I've got the manual and stuff here >> http://wotid.com/tls/content/view/26/74/

        The manual shows it as being linear Page 4-15

        Click for a bigger one.
        "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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        • #5
          Re: tls tps voltages needed

          looks like the 999 tps is faulty then

          never mind as its much easier to use a backing plate and use the tls tps on the bodies

          1 question though i cant find an answer too, is the butterfly fully closed at idle and what is the setting if it isnt could try and measure mine but i wouldnt know if they are out in the first place

          ps cheers for the help

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          • #6
            Re: tls tps voltages needed

            The TLS TPS is linear indeed, but be careful that you measure correct. this is a linear voltage divider!

            Greetings
            Rufer
            TL1000SW, candy jade lime yellow. TL1000cup.de champion 2007, 2008, 2009

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            • #7
              Re: tls tps voltages needed

              The plate aren't fully closed, they have ot be cracked enough to let enough air in for idling.

              The air bleed screws on the TLS aren't big enough to keep the engine running on closed plates. They just help with some balancing / syncing fine tuning.

              Exactly how far open they are? Not much.
              "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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              • #8
                Re: tls tps voltages needed

                guess i'll just have to set the butterflies when i come to set the tps when its installed on the bike
                as in the video

                cheers
                matt

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                • #9
                  Re: tls tps voltages needed

                  the reason i ask about what degrees the plates are open by on the tls is because on the 999 they are open by about 2.4 degrees and the tps is set via software

                  but being as the tls tps is mechanically set, i dont think i'll have any probs when it comes to setup on the bike as the tls is much more straight forward to set

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