Lockedtps adjustment with out polaris tool

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2009/09/03 20:02:52 (permalink)

tps adjustment with out polaris tool

checking to see if there is a different way to set the tps up with out the polaris tool like the manual shows

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/03 21:11:30 (permalink)
    It can be done without the tool. Make sure the throttle body is clean and the motor is warm. Then move the sensor around until the idle is between 1100-1200 and tighten the screw.
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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/03 21:34:57 (permalink)
    Thats it Works good

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/04 07:56:32 (permalink)
    You will need to watch out though because unless you set the thing up correctly you will either run lean or rich.  The service manuel say it's suppose to be withing .05 of the setting for you bike.  

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/04 09:28:01 (permalink)
    Is this only on carburetor models?

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/04 10:11:25 (permalink)
    CAMELPRO

    Is this only on carburetor models?


    No, it's only on EFI's

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/04 10:42:18 (permalink)
    Thanks Riblet. Not familiar with this aspect just yet. Still learning a lot about these Popos.

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/04 10:50:03 (permalink)
    I know how to do it with a meter, but I had better luck doing it like 425xpedition said. It runs way better and the fuel/air is perfect..............

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/04 19:48:53 (permalink)
    i want to say thanks for the input,i found a site that explains how to set it with out buying the 50 dollar polaris tool.i will post it on here for others

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    Re:tps adjustment with out polaris tool 2009/09/05 12:51:12 (permalink)

    This what you are going to need to do, you are going to turn the key on and put the probe on the back of the TPS connector on the yellow wire with the red lead at the TPS connection with a multimeter, put the black lead to chassis ground, back out the idle screw until it does not make contact with the throttle blade, you will need the special driver from Polaris or you can make something that will work, the butterfly will be in its maximum closed position. You should get a reading of .528, if it is not loosen the TPS screws and rotate the TPS until the voltage is reached, when the right voltage is reached tighten the TPS screws and turn the idle screw in until you get a reading of .710 for the 2005 and .640 for the 2006, if you are running the SP ECU it will be .710 volts, this is the proper voltages for the throttle blade position at idle, it is a little hard to do but it is doable, lots of the polarises lose there adjustments for some reason and need to be checked for proper engine fueling, mine was off when i checked it when i upgraded it to the SP ECU and had to reset it. also pick up a can of CRC Mass air sensor cleaner and clean your T-mapp sensor.

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