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pcIII throttle position

i tried setting the throttle position in the pcIII control center at 100% and it gave a figure of like 27,220. Is that about what everyone else gets?
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It doesn't matter what everyone else gets. If that is what it says for your bike, then so be it. Have fun
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i'm just trying to see if i'm in the correct range, i opened the throttle up really fast and set it really hastily... does anyone remember or know approximately what their 100% throttle position figure is?
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I don't set the WOT position. Only the closed position.


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You should set both, but as long as you pressed the "open" button when the throttle was 100% open, it'll be fine. Again, each bike will be different. Some bikes you hook up andthey say 0% and 98% when shut and on, others say 2% and 104%, it doesn't matter andyou won't know for sure if yours is right or not, just by looking at someone elses number. If you're worried about it, check it again.
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i opened the throttle up really fast and set it really hastily...
Did you do this with the engine running? Use the battery with engine not running or on the dyno in steady state to set 100%

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don't need to with Honda's Tim, they keep the connection with just the ignition and key ON. Other bikes you have to start them coz you'll turn the switch to on, it'll come up quickly and piss off just as quick. LOL
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