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Thread: Rough idle and lack of power

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smogbob View Post
    Ta for that info Fred, some just need the simple things.
    There is a cheaper option GS911 that is USB only. You will need an adapter if your bike has the round cable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post
    There is a cheaper option GS911 that is USB only. You will need an adapter if your bike has the round cable.
    Yep that is probably the one I will buy as my needs are small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChazzyB View Post
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    I'm slightly surprised at the suggestion there's a TPS as it's fly-by-wire. Similarly, do the throttle bodies need to be balanced either, as they're driven independently by stepper motors, and I would hope, self-calibrate.
    You are absolutely right. The correct wording should be a description of what was done to the Throttle Valve Actuator. But old habits and lazynes makes it easier to just call it TPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post
    I've had it for about a year now and it's ok I guess. If you only want to do simple tasks, such as service reset, then it's fine. Does read and clear errors codes but I found it a bit of a pain.

    Only works with Android too
    I have the LX and cable. I have tried the free version of the ap and was about to purchase the ap. In what way do you find it a pain?

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianm00 View Post
    I have the LX and cable. I have tried the free version of the ap and was about to purchase the ap. In what way do you find it a pain?

    Ian
    I find it disconnects a fair bit and the menu structure is a little tedious on a phone. Depends on what you want it for, I'm probably being a little unfair to it to be honest.

    If you just want to check out codes etc and reset the service light then it's a good buy. You might as well since you already bought the LX!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post
    I find it disconnects a fair bit and the menu structure is a little tedious on a phone. Depends on what you want it for, I'm probably being a little unfair to it to be honest.

    If you just want to check out codes etc and reset the service light then it's a good buy. You might as well since you already bought the LX!
    Thanks.

    Just trying to decide which version to buy pro or ultimate. Its not obvious on the differences between the two versions.

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    have you a link where to buy the lead

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianm00 View Post
    Thanks.

    Just trying to decide which version to buy pro or ultimate. Its not obvious on the differences between the two versions.
    I bought the Ultimate version, difference is "Service Functions" so probably brake bleeding etc.

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