I don't have a tachometer, but been riding metric bikes since '88, so i'll guess i can adjust the rpm pretty ok, before i do the ohm testing on the tps. Just have to get one.
Is the TPS under the tank or seat on my bike? vstar 1100 classic, 2004 mod.
Been a little worried. The bike has had a lot of TLC the last year. I bought risers, cables, screen, did drive shaft service, new tyres, engine guard, some paint work, adjusted valves, extra chrome, new V&H mufflers, made soft bags to hard bags, and then i started to read about tps and started clutch. First bike i ever did some "serious" self service on (thanks to vstar wiki!! THANKS). so i'm still learning. Cus of the "Clunk" and the start problems when it is warm and all warnings about starter clutch i've been almost only on it in the garage this year, hardly any rides, only fixing, and was almost ready to take it to the yamaha dealer to change starter clutch. And the pricing here in scandinava are horrible (used 2004 vstar classic is $14 000) Changing starter clutch and a general service would cost me $2000. And parts.. if u look at OEM parts from bikebandit, and add price time 8 PLUS 25% in tax, u have my price. (and the waiting time) Can take up to one month or more, to get something simple as a o-ring