I've spent the morning replacing a Idle Cable and doing a Hard Reset of the TPS.
After cleaning out the crud from the throttle body intake I came accross a worn area where the butterfly valve has worn a groove into the side of the TB.
See Pic..http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e236/ ... C00641.jpg
Ignor the white flash seen in the picture but look by the hole & you will see where the BV has worn a groove in the TB ali casting. This creates a sticking point for the butterfly. Is this serious or am I overcausious.
It also makes doing a TPS reset a pain as the butterly sticks.
The wear is probably due to the fact that the TB is at a slight angle forwards, thus the butterfly's weight is forwards as well. Get my drift
There is no wear on the other side towards the back end of the bike.
I've only cleaned the area with Carb Cleaner & NOT tried to smooth out this wear as this would cause untold problems.
What do you techs advise