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post #31 of 34 Old 09-02-2019, 01:53 PM
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This is all clear, I have dealt with bikes with ETV many times. Except H2.
Here's an example of a map of ETV R1 ... About the same map with the GSXR and all other motorcycles that I saw. On the version for the American market, ETVs are closed at high rpms\TPS.
Now compare this map with H2 \ R. Why at low rpms\tps the throttle open 100% supposedly?

A 100 value, for sure on Kawasaki models with Mitsubishi Ecu, doesn't mean 100% throttle opening, but 100% of the actual value. So for example, if you are at 4k rpm and 20% grip position value, a 100 in that coloum means a 20% blade opening, (same as grip position), an 80 value means a 16% blade opening instead, and so on. You can go even higher than 100, like 120, that means 24% blade opening, at the same 20% grip position.
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A 100 value, for sure on Kawasaki models with Mitsubishi Ecu, doesn't mean 100% throttle opening, but 100% of the actual value. So for example, if you are at 4k rpm and 20% grip position value, a 100 in that coloum means a 20% blade opening, (same as grip position), an 80 value means a 16% blade opening instead, and so on. You can go even higher than 100, like 120, that means 24% blade opening, at the same 20% grip position.
This version seems to make sense. Thanks!
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Alexander , good to see you had an answer, sorry i was traveling and short on information at hand
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A 100 value, for sure on Kawasaki models with Mitsubishi Ecu, doesn't mean 100% throttle opening, but 100% of the actual value. So for example, if you are at 4k rpm and 20% grip position value, a 100 in that coloum means a 20% blade opening, (same as grip position), an 80 value means a 16% blade opening instead, and so on. You can go even higher than 100, like 120, that means 24% blade opening, at the same 20% grip position.
That is correct.
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