Thread: found my rpms, hopefully
06-27-2006, 10:58 PM #1
found my rpms, hopefully
i took my stinger out and checked my throttle body, it was only opening 45 degrees. so i tightened the adjsutment int he engine compartment and got it to open all the way. then i realized that coming off the throttle lever, is one cord, then it comes into a a cylinder about 1" round and 2 cables come out. ontop of the cylinder is a cap and the cap was off, not allowing full play in the throttle. The cablel had cut down along the side of the cylinder. what i dont know is where the other goes, i know one goes to the air intake, but where does the other go? it seems like it is not attached.
06-27-2006, 11:38 PM #2
could it be the oil injection cable or the Throttle positioning sensor?
06-28-2006, 02:20 AM #3
Originally Posted by ABBOTT
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How you doing Abbott? I'm up to my eye ballz in work and don't think I'll be able to ride anytime soon!
Talk to you soon.
06-28-2006, 02:21 AM #4
man, after 5 hours of wokring on that thing, i think i have it. i had to take the whole exhaust system out except the waterbox. the throttle body was eays. the other sat at the fornt of the block at the very bottom. it had something to do with the fuel i believe it fit in a track that when the throttle is pulled pulls the track up. have no idea but i put it all back together. going to take it out tommarow.
on another note, there was minimal amount of sand in my stinger. the cooling part. i washed it out could ti have harmed anything?
06-28-2006, 02:24 AM #5
yeah, im pretty sure it was the oil injection cable. so if that has been off for some time now, and the throttle bodies wernt opening i was missing ALOT. cant wait to see what my gps and rpms are tommarow. thanks alot for all the help everyone. lets just hope this is it!
06-28-2006, 07:22 AM #6
if your oil injection wasn't working - you would have seized by now (unless you are still running oil in the gas with it).
06-28-2006, 12:50 PM #7
If my memory serves correctly on the mikuni oil pump, I think when the cables break, or not hooked up, the oil pump springs to "Wide Open" position all the time. This won't sieze, but it will run like crap on bottom end, and smoke.
06-28-2006, 01:16 PM #8
Heck yeah, plus your plugs will foul up on long no wake rides. Reattach the oil pump cable and adjust it while the horseshoe shaped section of the exhaust is off and after you've adjusted the throttle cable. You'll need a light and a mirror to view the oil pump arm and make sure the hash marks line up at idle and WOT.
06-28-2006, 01:23 PM #9
I think you found your prob, now go hit 71.5 at 7130 RPMs.
06-28-2006, 07:32 PM #10
there was talk about my 14/20 DF being to tall for my engine and that could be the problem, obviously it isnt but would you recommend the stock or the dyna fly? i dont have much time there is a big 4th of july party on saturday and my cousin has the turbo aquatracks completly stock and he is confident he can beat me
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