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TPS voltage is Close to 0 volts, normally the minimum, and 5 voltsis typically the maximum. As an example, when a car's computer reads 2.5 volts from the TPS, it may mean the throttle is opened by 50% (your foot is pushing the pedal half-way down), and yes has a cam sensor its in between the cams behind the cam cover.
The type of engine would be good to know
an what type of power you are looking for
1. Bolt ons add hp an toqurk, like k&n
air filters, cold air intakes, hedders & full exhust
,bigger throttle body as in mm, an after all
this is done add a good power programmer
doing all this you can gain 30/50 hp
2.valve train, head work, cams, stiffer springs
adjustable cam gears, this is where your power
There is no need to go to a heavier oil, Harley 20/50 is more than sufficient for these bikes. The only time i would recommend changing the kind of oil is to synthetic. be it ams oil or syn3 only upon that your get caught in traffic a lot or are a "cam rider" as they call it. personally i am a cam rider, i am always on the power band on my 2006 flstfi with 103" engine and Harley 257 cams. only in early evo and shovel head engines do you change the weight of the oil due to temperature changes hotter out use 60 weight colder use 50. just for easy starts and no leaks.
The dealer recommend GM Dex Cool Antifreeze. But there are complaint against this type of coolant. http://www.stevesnovasite.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-128547.html In GM cars we replace Dex Cool with Prestone green coolant. It's up to you. Ask before but if you decide to change the type of coolant then: If your intention is to add coolant only, then you need: Mix with ANY COLOR ANTIFREEZE ALL MAKES ALL MODELS of cars and light trucks add to ANY color antifreeze PRESTONE 50/50 PREDILUTED ANTIFREEZE/COOLANT EXTENDED LIFE up to 150000/mile 5 year protection. DO NOT ADD WATER.
If your intention is to flush the RADIATOR (Cooling System), then you need: Mix with ANY COLOR ANTIFREEZE ALL MAKES ALL MODELS of cars and light trucks add to ANY color antifrezze PRESTONE EXTENDED LIFE up to 150000/mile 5 year protection. On the back you have to read directions: Step 1 Drain. Step 2 Flush. Step 3 Fill. Recommended to ad 30% to 50% volume, distilled water. If you flush the system and rinse with water you must add only 30% water to the antifreeze. There is more water trapped inside the engine compartment, because the thermostat is closed. Make sure to have a coolant density tester. When you finish one of 5 balls must sink, that indicates that you reached 50/50 strength. That means 50% Prestone and 50% Water, which will provide to your car a -34F degree FREEZE-UP Protection , and +265F degree BOILOVER protection.The next day,with a cooled engine open radiator cap, and test the strength of coolant. If not quite right, then siphon coolant from the radiator and add antifreeze, or distilled water as necessary. Make sure to disposal the used coolant properly.
There is no cap on the radiator. The radiator can only be filled or topped-off by filling the coolant reservior. To access the coolant reservior, remove the left side crank case cover and add a 50/50 blend of coolant and DISTILLED water (pre-mixed works well). Make absolutely certain that the coolant is compatible with an aluminum radiator. The wrong coolant, especially alcohol based, will destroy your radiator in short order.
Your best bet is to read the label for yourself.
Add your coolant mixture and then run the engine for a few minutes, then turn off the engine and allow the radiator to draw what it needs from the reservior.
At Adavance Auto Parts or NAPA, the tool (nothing but a plastic jig) comes with the cam sensor (w/shaft) assembly. The whole assembly from NAPA was less than $50 (surprised me). As a side note, I did some brief research on the brand Advance sells. After reading a few posts, I immediately called NAPA.
Possible solution but I'm not sure. Don't know enough about video files, etc. Does someone know more? Panasonic VDR-M50 camcorder original software won't work on vista PCs. This freeware might work. Please, someone check it out: http://www.dvdflick.net/
Try a different driver if your not happy, remove cam and uninstall driver again through add/remove programmes.
When you re connect use a different USB port if available.
Sometimes the frequency needs to be set at 50HZ, the same as an Eye toy when it's used as a web cam, as the drivers are usually multi country.