I will scan the schematic when I get home - the site I got it off is down!
I couldnt believe how simple it was either the first time i saw it. I was skeptical, but ive made it and it works
Disregard my question guys, after a bit of research ive found that this is normal - it should be a little bit lower though (9-10% at idle) so i will still adjust it.
Range: 0 to 100%
The position of the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) on the throttle body. The % should directly corrolate to the gas pedal position. If the signal jumps around (usually happens at a single throttle position, but can happen at any time) then you could have a bad TPS sensor. This would cause bucking or hesitation while driving. The TPS signal should be about 9 - 10% at closed throttle. If it doesn't, a throttle cable or butterfly adjustment is necessary.
The Apex-i S-AFC uses the minimum and maximum TPS voltage it sees as 0% and 100% so the number displayed on the AFC will not match the TPS value on the PocketLOGGER. Since the TPS on a DSM never gets below ~10%, the AFC thinks that that value should be 0%. The ECU is smarter and knows that the TPS can go lower, but due to the mechanical design of the throttle body, the actual TPS value never drops below 10%."
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