Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: I'm most alive when I'm in the north woods on my V2. So lets say Mountain Wi.
Its very easy to screw it up without it. Dont adjust the linkage rods at all. It seems proper sync is a bit of a mystery on the Vee2.
There is a service port by bat that you can jumper to put it into service mode to verify TPS position. Don't move TPS position, but you may be able to adjust throttle stop a tiny tiny bit to fudge it to the middle LCD segment. If you move the actual TPS on the throttle body, or get throttle stop too far out of sync, you need the tool to reteach. That is my understanding. Someone jump in if I have that wrong.
There are 3 LCD segments that will show up on spedo indicating position of TPS sync.
Best bet I believe is to put it in service mode, and only use air bleed (white plastic screws) to balance vacuum between the two cylinders with a proper liquid nanometer T'd into vac lines.
If you mess it up, there is no going back without the tool.
Mine was really close to start with, I barely moved anything, and I got lucky.
Dont get too anal about it if its running decent.
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