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I figgured, they are exposed to gas anyway, so it could not hurt anything.Rick.
Good opportunity to replace the TPS while you're there based on your other thread perhaps. Standard part for an Alpha IIRC for a fraction of MGs price will do the job
What does IIRC mean…
Stand back, I got this one:IIRC = lf I recallThat one took a long time to stick for me, too, FWIW
What do dirty throttle body’s look like? I have my norge in pieces now and there is some staining on the tube where the butterfly sits at idle but I wouldn’t call them dirty. What exactly needs cleaning on them? I fully expected to have to scrap carbon or rotten fuel out of them.
there was wild debate on the ghetto about this procedure, IIRC the gurus told everyone they were doing it wrong but didn't exactly say what the right procedure is..... If you figure it out let me know!!
2008 and I have a green paint dot…
What does IIRC mean and how do I know I’m buying the right one ?I feel a Roper chat, coming on…
IIRC = If I Remember Correctly Go here http://www.guzziriders.org/throttle-position-sensor-tps_topic525.htmlIt's a standard (with plenty of equivalents) car part with a massive Guzzi mothership mark up
I joining the Guzzidiag club. I bought the hardware, waiting for it to arrive. Downloaded the three applications software. The cost to join is actually quite cheap, Guzzi cheap. After several modifications to my bike, it is time to give the ignition and fueling a good look. It all seems so confusing and part of a secret handshake club. But I believe it is going to be much simpler than it appears. The first thing I will do is take the Power Commander 3 fuel mixture control off and run only the oem controller. This will take the extra layer of complication out of the adjustment procedures. Should or is an exhaust gas analyzer need or recommended to make adjustments? If so, what is a good choice for an analyzer that is Guzzi cheap?The first problem I ran into was downloading the software. I used the downloads from Lonelec. They downloaded first try. When I tried This Old Tractor and others, the computer would get errors on downloading. This worked. https://www.von-der-salierburg.de/download/GuzziDiag/
Thanks as always Tris.It’s a pain when there are a dozen different serial #’s for the same item. I’m wondering if I should just throw my spare one on and give it a try…Is there a way to decipher what the serial numbers mean ?The PF1C/00 seems common to them, but the hieroglyphics on the second row vary wildly.
I just switched my TPS over for a new one and did a TPS reset via GD.Should be fine as the ECU now knows where "zero" is for the new TPS
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