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    New Fuzeblock on 12 R1200RT

    I need some help. I installed a fuzeblock on my RT this weekend. It went well, no problems, but I remember reading a post about resetting the throttle after disconnecting the battery but I cannot remember the post or the procecure.

    Thanks for the help I hope I get

    Dan Clower
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    2012 R1200RT

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    Turn on ignition. Rotate throttle from full off to full on. Repeat. Turn off ignition. That teaches the engine management system what full throttle looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marchyman View Post
    Turn on ignition. Rotate throttle from full off to full on. Repeat. Turn off ignition. That teaches the engine management system what full throttle looks like.
    Is that a trick my '06 GS needs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobframe View Post
    Is that a trick my '06 GS needs?
    It's recommended every time the battery has been disconnected. The engine management system will probably adjust without this step, but it will take longer and may not run as well until it does. It cannot hurt, in any case.
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    Throttle reset

    Quote Originally Posted by marchyman View Post
    Turn on ignition. Rotate throttle from full off to full on. Repeat. Turn off ignition. That teaches the engine management system what full throttle looks like.
    Thanks for the info

    Dan

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