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    sea doo tps by-pass?

    I am working on an 2002 gtx ltd (carburated) and it look like somebody by-passed the tps on the throttle cable . I know this affect the timing on the unit but is there a solution keep the tps removed?


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    no bypass that i know of.

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    They will only rev to 6200 or so when it goes bad,but runs ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by water worx View Post
    They will only rev to 6200 or so when it goes bad,but runs ok.
    Could this be the same problem with this dude's ski Worx?

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=69166 Nevermind, I remember 98's didn't have the TPS.

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    i was just gonna mention that.

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    I got one on my 98 GSXL model 5625 97.5 white motor. I think it controls the soleniod on the carbs vent lines. It may do more ??? gotta do alittle more research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RacingJake View Post
    I got one on my 98 GSXL model 5625 97.5 white motor. I think it controls the soleniod on the carbs vent lines. It may do more ??? gotta do alittle more research.
    Yes it activates a solenoid for the carbs on that model.

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    oh god that stupid setup....with the lines going to the carbs.....jesus.

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