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Hughsie 15th May 2019 02:55 PM

Triumph Mechanic
 
Well lads - does anyone know of a mechanic who dabbles in Triumphs at all?
More specifically a Sprint.

Preferably in the Dublin area.

thecrutch 15th May 2019 03:40 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
robbie, moto technic, kimmage
[URL="http://mototechnic.ie/"]http://mototechnic.ie/[/URL]

highly recommended, and no BS

chopper 15th May 2019 05:05 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
whats up with it ?, they arent that specialist

Hughsie 17th May 2019 11:13 AM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
It's running really rough from idle up to about 2500rpm.

It's had a dignostics check - no errors.
Also had the TPS reset - that seemed to work but after a couple of days it went back to rough again.

It's really doing my head because I commute through the city so i spend a fair bit of time in the 0-2500rpm range.

I polished one off to a dude 17th May 2019 11:23 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
Did you check your throttle balance/MAP values?

04-08ish Rocket IIIs had a primary TPS that would go faulty, wonder does the sprint have the same part

Hughsie 18th May 2019 02:37 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
[QUOTE=I polished one off to a dude;3572005]
Did you check your throttle balance/MAP values?[/QUOTE]

How would I go about that Dude?

The engine map was reloaded and the TPS reset. No joy.

I polished one off to a dude 19th May 2019 04:06 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
[QUOTE=Hughsie;3572068]How would I go about that Dude?

The engine map was reloaded and the TPS reset. No joy.[/QUOTE]

You can do it with the software used to set TPS / ISCV reset, and load maps.

The aim is, if the MAP sensor was seeing low vacuum/high pressure, due to vacuum leak, it will over fuel causing shit running.
Throttle balance being out will too

Hughsie 20th May 2019 09:20 AM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
[QUOTE=I polished one off to a dude;3572170]You can do it with the software used to set TPS / ISCV reset, and load maps.

The aim is, if the MAP sensor was seeing low vacuum/high pressure, due to vacuum leak, it will over fuel causing shit running.
Throttle balance being out will too[/QUOTE]

The original Map was reloaded, TPS / ISCV reset all done.
Didn't fix the problem...

Japcati 20th May 2019 11:26 AM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
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I polished one off to a dude 20th May 2019 12:02 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
[QUOTE=Hughsie;3572205]The original Map was reloaded, TPS / ISCV reset all done.
Didn't fix the problem...[/QUOTE]

Yeah but I'm asking if you've checked throttle balance/MAP values

Also if it might be a faulty TPS

Hughsie 20th May 2019 03:50 PM

Re: Triumph Mechanic
 
[QUOTE=I polished one off to a dude;3572218]Yeah but I'm asking if you've checked throttle balance/MAP values

Also if it might be a faulty TPS[/QUOTE]

Gotcha - no point in resetting the TPS if that's what's faulty :thumbsup2:


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