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    TPS on vtech logger reads 77% at WOT!!

    Is this normal? Can someone explain? Yes the butter fly is at 90* when fully open!!!


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    Reset your tps and then check it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiepauly View Post
    Reset your tps and then check it again.

    Is there any way to do it with the Vtech tuner or logger?

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    Not that I know of, you need a candoo or buds

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    Is this normal? Can someone explain? Yes the butter fly is at 90* when fully open!!!
    On siemens max is 84 % that throttlw will show
    On bosch 99.x-100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    Is this normal? Can someone explain? Yes the butter fly is at 90* when fully open!!!
    On siemens max is 84 % that throttlw will show
    On bosch 99.x-100%
    Ok sounds good! Did you get the emails I sent you last night?

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    my cmd reads the stock tps @98-99%
    could be the sensor calibration is wrong in the logger
    what does it read at idle
    Last edited by skidoochris; 11-23-2013 at 09:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    my cmd reads the stock tps @100%
    could be the sensor calibration is wrong in the logger
    what does it read at idle
    Thats what I though but I guess the vtech logger and the CMD read different. At idle reads 0

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    it wont hurt anything to log it wrong
    you will just have to remember it reads wrong
    also mine never reads 0

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    Its not reading wrong siemens ECU reports degrees and not percent like the Bosch ECU when TPS is reset to zero with BUDs or Candoo it stores the idle blade angle as zero but in fact its aprox 8 deg so WOT will report 82 deg + 8 deg offset= 90 deg blade angle. The CMD has its own TPS report and is logged as percent.
    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    it wont hurt anything to log it wrong
    you will just have to remember it reads wrong
    also mine never reads 0

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