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Old June 19th, 2017, 03:26 PM   #1
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An addendum to the ST3 issues

Just wondering if the throttle position sensor(TPS) might be a culprit in the previously mentioned ride ability issues on my ST3? Has anyone experienced similar symptoms with their ST3?.Thanks in advance. Howard.
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Old October 26th, 2019, 08:50 PM   #2
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my ST3 does not like any throttle under 2000rpm and really needs over 3000 to run clean,just seems the timing and/or mixture is wrong but I am told a lot of Dukes do not like slow engine speeds,can make riding tight windy roads a pain having to use the gearbox like a two stroke when you should have 2 large pistons and a big crank to grunt out of corners

I put a Booster Plug unit on that fools the air temp unit and it improved things down to 2000 as it was almost unridable before,it seems a little better with the loud pipes on it but they are a bit anti-neighbourly so I do not use them often,great in valleys though
I would sure be interested if there is anything that can make the slow speed running better
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