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This weekend I was tinkering and did a few service/tune up type jobs on my 2010 Vee
One thing I did was the TPS adjustment but I did it a bit different.
Instead of using the dealer switch to show the C00-, I set the TPS to 27.9 using the healtech OBD tool.

I ran out of time this arvo due to getting called away for something else so didn't get the jobs finished or a test ride in and I have a question that I haven't found an answer for anywhere yet.

Has anyone else done it this way and if so have you found a difference in running, performance, economy etc compared to the well documented procedure of C00- at idle and have the line rise at a certain RPM.
 

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I found this old thread on a search. I think it's a great way to set the TPS for those owning OBD tools. It worked on my 2007 and 2012 Wees too.
 
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