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Old 08-15-2018, 10:43 AM
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Default Checking your TPS ( simplified )

Its important to have your TPS set correctly.

With this meter you can just unplug the ECM and plug the factory OEM wire harness plug into the meter and see you TPS voltage.

It has a USB plug with a supplied wall outlet plug-in for supply voltage.

We found small variances in different plugs and USB Laptop out puts
( And it's calibrated to that plug only )

It takes under 1 minute to check your TPS with this unit.

No need to hunt for the TPS plug

Works on most 2007 newer Polaris Models.

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This is brilliant. Take a task that is pretty stupid and make the more complex parts of it MUCH simpler. Now its just hook up and adjust. Not spend a day trying to figure out how to wire up power then take the 10 minutes to adjust things.
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Dont forget the most important part of setting the TPS..... The BASE setting, Which still requires you to tear the sled apart to get the throttle shaft adjusting screw backed off. If someone cant figure out how to hook up a meter, there is a good chance they wont be able to perform the base setting procedure.

This is still a good tool though. I like how this removes the extra connections required when using test leads.
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And the cost??
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The best way to adjust your TPS is to just buy an 850 and forget about it
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it costs 200$ not to bad for the PITA. it will save ya
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