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Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by INJEN78, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    ok so i know that when setting the tps voltage its supposed to be as follows

    .5 idle
    4.5 WOT

    whenever i set the idle to .5 the WOT is always 4.75..
    whenever i set WOT to 4.5 the idle is around .3ish

    so my question is would it be fine to run .5idle and 4.75WOT??
     
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    95dc4iwantoboost Boost Envy

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    yes

    voltage will vary in this situation. the pedometer isnt perfect, as its just a plate that adds resistance as the needle moves. It you experience any problems with your acceleration, you could lower it, but it shouldn't negatively effect your vehicle.
     
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    GlassHeadlights West West Yall

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    Good to know cause I've got a similar probelm. When I set the closed to 0.5v, full open reads 4.61v. And when I set the full open to 4.5v, closed throttle reads 0.4v.

    Injen : I read as long as the voltage goes up smoothly with the throttle (no huge jumps in voltage) then it should run the motor fine. And my motor had better throttle responce when I set the idle to 0.5v rather than calibrating the WOT.
     
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    yea i just set the idle to .5 and left it at that..thanx guys.
     
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