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    CMD Throttle calibration problem!!!!

    I am trying to calibrate the throttle and for some reason is showing is showing 87% throttle after the calibration. I just put the engine back together after a rebuild, could it be that I have to reset the TPS?


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    The first thing to verify is that you are really getting full throttle. I take off the rubber hose to the throttle and look in with a light and a mirror to see iff the throttle looks all the way open.

    Andy

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    hey at least now when you wax someones ass on the water you can look over and say " and that was only on 87% power BIATCH"

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    throttle body wasn't adjusted properly!!! Thanks guys

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