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94 polaris 500 indy efi

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Old 04-26-2011
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Default 94 polaris 500 indy efi

i just started another project but its my first efi sled so i am new to the efi setup, i just bought a 94 indy 500 with efi and having a had time to get it started and keeping it running, after it primes the system and i pull it once or twice it will start up and either run for a second and then die or not start at all, but when it does start it will not rev up it i hit the throttle it bogs down and dies. So i have tested the TPS and with it unplugged it will either read 700-1000 on my milti meter but if i open the throttle real quick it will go up to 1970 (ohms) is there any way to adjust the tps?
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I don't know if anybody on here really knows the older Polaris efi system. OCR knows about the older Cats, but I don't know if anybody knows Polaris. I think Mud had an old Polaris efi, but he wanted to swap it to carbs.

Snowmobile Fanatics has some people that know the Polaris system. MrHolmquist on SF is some sort of Polaris efi savant. He could help you. Maybe this thread would be a place to start? http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/fo...-efi-tps-issue
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Old 04-27-2011
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Ok thanks A lot!
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