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Hi ~~ guys ~

When you change your exhaust to a

full system~ there has to be a lot of follow ups ~ such as

ECU, Air filters ~

I understand that when you do not want to change your ECU , thats

when you install Power Commander, Rapid bike , Nemisess these kind

of things with your exhaust maps.

Then ~ when do you do TPS reset ??? Do you still need to perform

TPS reset , even though you install power commander or DP Ecu ?????

I looked up the Hall of fame and couldnt get the answer ~~!!

Advice please ~!!! enjoy the photo ~
 

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You need to reset the TPS anytime a new ECU is installed. The ECU needs to know what position your throttle is in so it can have the correct map position.
 

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A full system should come with a performance ECU (depending on the bike) and new air filters. You will need to have the TPS adjusted. A Nemesis will replace your ECU altogether.
 

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You need to reset the TPS anytime a new ECU is installed. The ECU needs to know what position your throttle is in so it can have the correct map position.
In that case ~ what do you need to do , when you not install the new ECU??

Do you still have to perform TPS reset , when you install Power Commander?
 

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If it is set correctly to begin wtih (which it should be) then no. The power commander has it's own TPS reset feature which you will have to do so the PC knows exactly where the throttle is.
 

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OK ~ so, all I have to do with the Power commander is down load the map into the

module and connect it to the bike ! right???? Thank you for the input

Desmoworks ~!!!
 

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OK ~ so, all I have to do with the Power commander is down load the map into the

module and connect it to the bike ! right???? Thank you for the input

Desmoworks ~!!!
Which bike do you have? If it is a bike that uses an O2 sensor the Power Commander will not be able to map the closed loop areas which is roughly under 5K rpm and 20% throttle.

But yeah, install the power commander, set the TPS on the power commander if it isn't correct to begin with then load the map and enjoy.
 

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Which bike do you have? If it is a bike that uses an O2 sensor the Power Commander will not be able to map the closed loop areas which is roughly under 5K rpm and 20% throttle.

But yeah, install the power commander, set the TPS on the power commander if it isn't correct to begin with then load the map and enjoy.
I have 2003 999s ~ so I belive Power Commander will not be able to make

any changes to the below 4000 rpm area ~~!! But still it should be better

than not having one right???????
 
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