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May 4th, 2009, 10:17 AM   #11
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did i get too techie again?

i'm reading here that there are meant to be two readings and tests....

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May 4th, 2009, 10:47 AM   #12
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From the 2004 repair manual pages G-10 & G-11.

ADJUSTING THE POSITION OF THE
THROTTLE SENSOR


NOTE: The idle speed must be correctly
adjusted before you check the position of the
throttle sensor.
– Disconnect the plug and socket connection on the
throttle sensor.
– Connect a multimeter (measuring range ohmsx 1k) to the
blue (+) and the black (–) cable on the throttle sensor
and measure the throttle resistance.
– Multiply this value by 0.15 to obtain the setting for the
throttle sensor.

Example:
Throttle sensor resistance (bl/b) = 5 kilo ohms
Throttle sensor resistance (y/b) = 5 kilo ohmsx 0,15 =
750 ohms± 50 ohms
– Connect the multimeter (measuring range ohmsx 100) to
the yellow (+) and the black (–) cable on the throttle
sensor and measure the throttle sensor resistance with
the throttle grip closed.

According to the above example, this value should be
750 ohms± 50 .

– If the measured value does not correspond to the
setpoint value, loosen the 2 screws (1) and turn the
throttle sensor (2) until the measuring device displays
the setpoint value.
– Fix the throttle sensor in this position by tightening the
screws and check the value again.
-Connect the throttle sensor to the cable tree.

CHECKING THE THROTTLE SENSOR

NOTE: The following measurement must be
performed at a component temperature of
approx. 20°C.

--Disconnect the plug connection on the throttle sensor.
– Connect a multimeter (measuring range . x 1k) to the
blue (+) and the black (–) cable on the throttle sensor.
Throttle sensor resistance: 4 - 6 kilo ohms
– Now connect the multimeter to the yellow (+) and the
black (–) cables on the throttle sensor.
– The resistance should change evenly when the throttle
grip is slowly opened.
Throttle sensor resistance: 0 - 5 kilo ohms±1 kilo ohms
(when the throttle grip is opened)

disregard the little squares, that was supposed to be the symbol for ohms.
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May 11th, 2019, 11:32 PM   #13
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Hate to dig up an old thread, but I think this one has important information that is being mis-interpreted. I don't think the service manual is saying the resistance between yellow and black should be 750 +/- 50 Ohms. From what I see, the TPS is just a potentiometer. The manual is saying the total resistance (blue to black) should be between 4-6 K Ohms. You measure this first. The resistance from yellow (wiper) to black should be 15% of the total resistance at idle. So if your measurement from blue to black is 4 K Ohms, then the measurement from yellow to black should be 4 K * 15% = 600 Ohms.

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May 13th, 2019, 06:56 AM   #14
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I think the variable timing was seen by husaberg as a revolution! Originally I understand it was done based on the crank speed revolutions so the open throttle position with low revs was not an issue. Ktm introduced the TPS.

What happened to performance when the setting was changed?
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