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Old 07-04-2012, 07:51 PM   #71
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Very nice write up 03Raven! I plan to do this very soon. I took my bike to a shop to have it fully serviced and ever since i got it back it doesnt run the same,stupid f****s. This seems easy and i will do myself before i have a different shop look at it. Ill post up how it worked out...!Thx again!


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Old 07-05-2012, 04:20 PM   #72
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Re: How to Clean TPS 03-05R6 06+ R6s

I bought an 2010 R6 with approximately 2.100 miles, I used to have an XT660R before it, and the ECU and TPS works the same way.
Checking out the DIAG mode I found that my TPS full open position gets only 58~59, and the close position about 17.
Iīm from Brasil, and Yamaha donīt sell R6 here, only R1, so no one knows a lot about this bike.
I called to a Yamaha dealer on Orlando but the guy donīt know what is happening too.
I have PC installed on it.
Hope someone can help me with this.
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Old 07-05-2012, 04:41 PM   #73
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Re: How to Clean TPS 03-05R6 06+ R6s

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I bought an 2010 R6 with approximately 2.100 miles, I used to have an XT660R before it, and the ECU and TPS works the same way.
Checking out the DIAG mode I found that my TPS full open position gets only 58~59, and the close position about 17.
Iīm from Brasil, and Yamaha donīt sell R6 here, only R1, so no one knows a lot about this bike.
I called to a Yamaha dealer on Orlando but the guy donīt know what is happening too.
I have PC installed on it.
Hope someone can help me with this.
Thankīs
sounds like your TPS is bad. you might want to order a new one, install it and check the values to make sure its within spec. at the percentage your talking about, sounds like your acceleration must be pretty slow.
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:36 PM   #74
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Re: How to Clean TPS 03-05R6 06+ R6s

I have never ride an R6 before, but i feel that it have more power for me, itīs kind of lazy.
I rode 750 and 1000, never an 600 before, but i can feel that the acceleration is slow.
The codes 14 and 15 works perfectly, goes to 101
The codes 01 and 13 gets the same value, arround 61
Will try to clean the TPS and see what i get
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Old 07-06-2012, 05:07 AM   #75
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Re: How to Clean TPS 03-05R6 06+ R6s

I wasnīt able to remove the cowling, but I loose the screws and didnīt get access to TPS, because have a lot thick cable in front of it.
Will order a new one in US and when it arrive i will replace.
To much work to try to fix and maybe it donīt work
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:11 PM   #76
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Just did this today! Followed it every step & it worked great. Mine low/high was 15-94 to start. Now its 17-96 couldnt get it to 97. Probably just had to tweak with it a little more but i was happy with that. Idle is perfect now! So happy :-) thx


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Old 07-15-2012, 01:20 PM   #77
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Re: How to Clean TPS 03-05R6 06+ R6s

Great write up!! I just did mine yesterday on my 03, factory setting was 16-95 best I could get it back to was 17-96! I did notice the oring had a little crack in it! Should I replace it? Ad if so I'm sure it's a Yamaha part I can't just go to the hardware store and get a new oring? Put it all back together and she idles great! Just havent rode it at all yet, the oring has me curious if I should just change it?
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Old 07-16-2012, 09:43 AM   #78
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Great write up!! I just did mine yesterday on my 03, factory setting was 16-95 best I could get it back to was 17-96! I did notice the oring had a little crack in it! Should I replace it? Ad if so I'm sure it's a Yamaha part I can't just go to the hardware store and get a new oring? Put it all back together and she idles great! Just havent rode it at all yet, the oring has me curious if I should just change it?
if you find a matching size/style then sure hardware store should be fine. unless you like spending $5 on a round piece of rubber be my guess. some of the screws on my fairing were purchased from a HW store, i didn't feel like spending $15 on a few bolts...
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:00 PM   #79
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Re: How to Clean TPS 03-05R6 06+ R6s

Two quick questions:

What are the symptoms of needing to clean the TPS?

Also what sort of diagnostic equipment is necessary?
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Two quick questions:

What are the symptoms of needing to clean the TPS?

Also what sort of diagnostic equipment is necessary?
its more of a maintenance thing unless your throttle response is going to crap, and the equipment needed is all listed on page 1.
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