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i noticed that removing the battery from the bike after 10 min

the Co and Tps reset to standard ,is it true or myth?:abduct:
 

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They'll likely reset to a predetermined preset that is programmed into the ECU, the CO will still need to be set as it changes with air pressure, elevation, etc.. the TPS may also go back to a preset value, but that value may not be what is necessary for the bike to run correctly.
 

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I don't know about a 999 but (and I think it's the same) on a 916 the TPS is a physical, positional setting that will not move because the battery is removed, as is the CO setting which is done either by a screw (air bypass) or trimmer in the ECU, again removing the battery will not have any effect on this as they are mechanical positions.
 

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You do not need to reset the TPS or CO after replacing the battery.

Resetting the TPS is necessary only after replacing the throttle body, ECU or TPS potentiometer.
 

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Hi mates
i noticed that removing the battery from the bike after 10 min
the Co and Tps reset to standard ,is it true or myth?:abduct:
I have never seen the Co change, but quite often the TPS needs to be reset after leaving the bike without power.

In my experience it typically keeps the TPS setting for shorter times, but looses it if left without power for several hours.

VDSTS (from Technoresearch) comes in quite handy here.

Best regards
Soren
 
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