Throttle Position Sensor Calibration (only if a TPS is fitted)
The closed throttle and open throttle settings cannot be adjusted manually. You must follow the procedure described below. It is important that the calibration be done if you will be using the TPS as the main engine load source.
Before commencing, while the engine is turned off, make a visual and physical check of the throttle to see that it does fully open and close.
Calibrate Closed Throttle
With your throttle closed, press the "Read Closed Throttle" button. The system will place a number into the field. This is the TPS voltage represented as a number when the throttle is closed. You should see a number between 0 and 300.
Calibrate Open Throttle
Open your throttle fully, and then press the "Read Open Throttle" button. The system will place a number into the field. This is the TPS voltage represented as a number when the throttle is open. You should see a number between 700 and 1000.
This function can only be used if a throttle position sensor has been fitted and the Use Throttle sensor check box is ticked.
NOTE: If, for any reason the TPS is moved then you should recalibrate the sensor.
Stinger 4 instruction manual version 2.0