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    trothle position calibrate???

    when i must calibrate a trothle position??? first time instal or every time when i comunicate with lappy???? more job every time want calibrate fzr tps


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    The only time the TPS/FPS needs to be calibrated is when a 'NEW' config is loaded. This means any config that has not been calibrated and saved will need to be recalibrated every time you send that file to the Ecu.

    If you install a config, calibrate it and then go to 'File' - 'Save As' and save it on your laptop. You will never need to recalibrate the TPS/FPS if you resend THAT saved file. Also remember to press the 'F4' key! This will ensure you save your changes. This process is documented in the Help files in the ViPEC Ecu manager.

    Common questions can be answered here: RIVA/Vi-PEC ECU Performance Forum - Forum Powered by Social Strata
    or with the help files in the Ecu manager.

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