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 on: Today at 11:35:04 AM 
Started by Rick1970 - Last post by Kea
Yep same as me for a little while , but hmmm feel the need for some more speed now

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 on: Today at 11:31:56 AM 
Started by Kea - Last post by Kea
Finally on my blacks wanna derestrict and want to get it done locally.gotta show up my friends on Harley's when we go to Phillip Island later this year

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 on: Today at 11:21:49 AM 
Started by cheddle - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Don't remember off the top of my head. Check the EFI workshop manual.

I tapped in close to the TPS rather than close to the ECU.

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 on: Today at 11:09:27 AM 
Started by alien - Last post by alien
okay, thats nice..thanks dude for all the info

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 on: Today at 10:33:10 AM 
Started by cheddle - Last post by cheddle
cheers. I just went and checked the charging system (paranoid by this stage) and with the Reg/rec warm to the touch I measured 14.51 volts at idle and about 14.58 volts at 5000 rpm

My ECU is the Delphi ECU.

I will nab an m6x20 before I bother adjusting it. ill also add some T-taps to the lines for future use, what pins are they on the ECU side?

I am reassured by the voltage that the jerky on/off is a symptom of a poorly set TPS

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 on: Today at 10:13:33 AM 
Started by cheddle - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
The stock charging system is known to be an Achilles heel.

MOSFET reg/rec + wiring upgrade is the cure. @ $200 for absolute peace of mind, anything less is pointless. Best value mod there is. IMO best practice is to wire a "Y" from the reg/rec out, to the std wiring loom attachment point and also to the battery, for both +'ve and -'ve. Add an in-line fuse on the +'ve near the battery.

Tips:

1. Cheeky, sneaky way to easily get the voltage reading is to use T-taps on the wires with some pigtails (Male blade into the t-tap and a female blade connector on the other end) route the pigtails to somewhere more accessible and jam your meter probes in those.

2. Replace stock bolt on TPS with allen headed bolt M6x20. If you ever need to adjust again, a 1/4" drive ratchet with a long extension bar, a swivel thingy and a bit holder on the end makes access possible, even with the tank in place.

3. You need to 'lead' it. As you tighten the bolt, the voltage with drop slightly (IIRC). Keep kids away as you will expand their vocabulary considerably.

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 on: Today at 09:54:44 AM 
Started by Jono - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
At a guess, I would say that your petcock is failing and that your bike is close to hydro-locking.

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 on: Today at 09:53:46 AM 
Started by umop-ǝpisdn - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Anything that isn't dual spark. i.e. one coil should have only one HT lead coming out of it.

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 on: Today at 09:05:32 AM 
Started by cheddle - Last post by cheddle
I put 1mm of plastic around the tube... not enough... will try another mm and see how it goes. I also need to adjust the cables at the throttle body to get the correct adjustment required for another mm of plastic. ill get this sorted when I adjust the TPS

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 on: Today at 08:13:12 AM 
Started by redman - Last post by redman
Any NZ northland riders around? just got my learner licence and keen to do a ride one weekend?

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