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Can you adjust TPS on an 03 CBR600rr?

So I just picked up a 2003 CBR600rr a couple weeks ago, and have noticed that the on/off throttle is a bit jerky. I have the cables adjusted correctly and all, so that is not the problem.

A buddy of mine has a 99 GSXR 750, and told me I should adjust the TPS. According to him... "On suzukis, you jump 2 wires together to put it in "dealer mode". Then there's a little display on the LCD screen that you use to adjust the "off" position for the TPS. It's like 3 vertical bars that you turn the sensor until it's in the middle."

Is this the case or something similar for the CBR or no? I tried searching, but can't seem to find any info on adjusting it. I did see a few people talking about if the sensor goes bad you cant just get a new sensor. You have to get new carbs that are already synced for the new TPS. Does this mean you are cannot adjust the sensor at all?

Anything else I should check out to help smooth the transition between closed and open throttle?

Thanks for the help.
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So I just picked up a 2003 CBR600rr a couple weeks ago, and have noticed that the on/off throttle is a bit jerky. I have the cables adjusted correctly and all, so that is not the problem.

A buddy of mine has a 99 GSXR 750, and told me I should adjust the TPS. According to him... "On suzukis, you jump 2 wires together to put it in "dealer mode". Then there's a little display on the LCD screen that you use to adjust the "off" position for the TPS. It's like 3 vertical bars that you turn the sensor until it's in the middle."

Is this the case or something similar for the CBR or no? I tried searching, but can't seem to find any info on adjusting it. I did see a few people talking about if the sensor goes bad you cant just get a new sensor. You have to get new carbs that are already synced for the new TPS. Does this mean you are cannot adjust the sensor at all?

Anything else I should check out to help smooth the transition between closed and open throttle?

Thanks for the help.
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Check chain tension - that can make for a jerky transition.

...that or what Tenjin said.
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So i'm assuming that's a no, you can't adjust the TPS?
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THERE ISN'T "you can't do it" ON INTERNET FORUMS, except if you can prove it. The fact that YOU DON'T KNOW SOMETHING, or read something somewhere, doesn't mean that there is no way. Don't spread wrong information to people, they believe you. If you don't know something, just don't post anything.
In my case, I have a power commander 5 on 600rr 2003, and I CAN MONITOR THE DEFAULT TPS VOLTAGE on closed throttle. It doesn't affected by temperature, it doesn't affected by the black idle screw. Mine was 0.503. You can rotate TPS, you can play with this, trial and error, and if you don't like it, return it to default position.
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