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Forum: Electrical Section   06-01-20, 03:09
Replies: 18
Views: 551
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
I stand corrected - looking through the wiring...

I stand corrected - looking through the wiring diagram, there's nothing like a Yamaha's multifunction (relays, resistors, and diodes) relay blocks.


Never mind ...
Forum: Electrical Section   05-29-20, 14:20
Replies: 18
Views: 551
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
I would leave the relays. There's a lot more...

I would leave the relays. There's a lot more going on in the typical FP relay than just moving contacts.
Forum: All Things Tuning   05-27-20, 13:34
Replies: 4
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
You're effectively riding with a cracked throttle...

You're effectively riding with a cracked throttle when you should be fully closed. This can have unfortunate consequences if the bike accelerates under a closed throttle when you let off the brake.
Forum: Want To Buy   05-23-20, 20:59
Replies: 3
Views: 114
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
What's your static sag like? You may have too...

What's your static sag like? You may have too little compression damping.
Forum: Performance Mods   05-22-20, 10:55
Replies: 19
Views: 1,244
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Don't cut yet - tape it up, tape it off. It's a...

Don't cut yet - tape it up, tape it off. It's a lot easier to plug in some forgotten item while the harness is still intact! Give it a weekend or three, make sure nothing's gone missing.
Forum: All Things Tuning   05-22-20, 10:52
Replies: 4
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
*drums fingers* If this was a carb'd bike, I'd...

*drums fingers* If this was a carb'd bike, I'd say your pilots were fouled or your mixture screws were too lean. If you have TuneECU or similar, try adding a little fuel at the bottom.


Also,...
Forum: Performance Mods   05-21-20, 08:20
Replies: 28
Views: 2,649
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Not all sensors work the same, it's true, but...

Not all sensors work the same, it's true, but mine will work just fine with the PC-V. The shifter kit comes with the necessary adaptor rod; remove the OEM shift rod, install the sensor and adaptor....
Forum: Performance Mods   05-20-20, 16:59
Replies: 28
Views: 2,649
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Depending on the year of your bike, you might be...

Depending on the year of your bike, you might be able to plug the QS into the OEM harness and control the QS function through the ECU. If you want to control QS through the PC-V, especially if your...
Forum: Repair/Troubleshooting   05-19-20, 08:32
Replies: 2
Views: 125
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Check the wiring on the RR connector.

Check the wiring on the RR connector.
Forum: Electrical Section   05-08-20, 01:16
Replies: 18
Views: 551
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Not without a lot more wiring info and probably a...

Not without a lot more wiring info and probably a fair bit of trial and error. The ignition / kill switch doesn't connect directly to the ECU, while I'm willing to bet that the alarm connector does....
Forum: Electrical Section   05-08-20, 00:27
Replies: 18
Views: 551
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
You definitely want the tip-over sensor. A carbed...

You definitely want the tip-over sensor. A carbed bike will dump the fuel in the bowls and stall quickly, but an EFI bike with a reasonably full tank will keep running until the crank bearings seize....
Forum: General 675 discussion   05-06-20, 10:35
Replies: 8
Views: 266
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
What do they expect - the tester is going to ride...

What do they expect - the tester is going to ride along with you?! [face palm]
Forum: General 675 discussion   05-06-20, 10:23
Replies: 8
Views: 266
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Even if it's unplugged?

Even if it's unplugged?
Forum: General 675 discussion   04-29-20, 15:07
Replies: 16
Views: 784
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Put a sticker on your triple clamps - "DOWN to go...

Put a sticker on your triple clamps - "DOWN to go faster!"


Don't laugh; a LOT of racers do that, especially when they race multiple classes with different bikes.
Forum: General 675 discussion   04-25-20, 22:40
Replies: 2
Views: 257
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
+1 The little eyelet gets pulled by a...

+1


The little eyelet gets pulled by a spring-with-a-hook, connected on the other end to the brake pedal. Aftermarket pedals often don't have the little eyelet, so you can't use that switch. An...
Forum: Maintenance and repair   04-19-20, 12:55
Replies: 1
Views: 137
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Check that everything is plugged in at your...

Check that everything is plugged in at your throttle bodies - injectors, TPS, IAC.
Forum: Repair/Troubleshooting   04-18-20, 07:15
Replies: 4
Views: 376
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
For whatever reason you're running dead rich....

For whatever reason you're running dead rich. Have you replaced the spark plugs?
Forum: Repair/Troubleshooting   04-15-20, 19:32
Replies: 4
Views: 376
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
The lean AFR with black plugs is classic rich...

The lean AFR with black plugs is classic rich misfiring. When the engine misfires, the oxygen isn't consumed so the O2 sensor sees a huge slug of O2 coming through, and reports what it thinks is a...
Forum: Performance Mods   04-02-20, 10:51
Replies: 19
Views: 1,244
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
It's hiding! :grin2:

It's hiding! :grin2:
Forum: Performance Mods   03-30-20, 12:22
Replies: 19
Views: 1,244
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Have you considered a Quick Shifter? Bolt-on...

Have you considered a Quick Shifter? Bolt-on Plug-in kit US$150 + $15 for the postman, in stock.
Forum: Maintenance and repair   03-02-20, 18:16
Replies: 6
Views: 395
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Changing the stator can involve unplugging the...

Changing the stator can involve unplugging the crank position sensor. Make sure that's plugged in!
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-29-20, 01:43
Replies: 9
Views: 261
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
*nods* US$250 (sensor & controller) => AU$385,...

*nods* US$250 (sensor & controller) => AU$385, but not such a deal if you wind up selling the bike.
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-29-20, 00:24
Replies: 9
Views: 261
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
If the symptoms persist on the new bike, unplug...

If the symptoms persist on the new bike, unplug the sensor. If the problems go away, it's the switch; if they remain, it's the controller (unlikely, but possible). Assuming IT doesn't have a bad CPS!...
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-28-20, 23:58
Replies: 9
Views: 261
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Yup - agreed & conceded. Either a loose / broken...

Yup - agreed & conceded. Either a loose / broken QS switch with contacts flapping about inside, or a bad CPS breaking sync in the ECU.
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-28-20, 21:32
Replies: 9
Views: 261
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Harsh shifting sounds more like the cut time was...

Harsh shifting sounds more like the cut time was way too long.
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