I think the "permanent fix" is going to be an aftermarket upgrade in the same vain as the Cougar. As a follow up to my post a few days ago, the pots are now totally shot. They have zero response at full throttle, and are jumpy at low throttle. This is disappointing to say the least. Upon opening the upper right hand throttle, I saw root cause of the issue: The pot for the R2 trim has wiggle room. Poking this Pot caused the trim to jump all over the place in the calibration software, recreating the issue so many have complained about. It's not a case of defective product, it's defective engineering. The best fix I can think of would be to solder in an extension to the entire wire bundle. Then glue a section of the wire to the inner housing of the throttle lever, and another section to the throttle housing. The result would be to isolate the movement of the wire down to just the wire extension.
Of course, I'm open to other suggestions.
Edited by aggressorblue (10/18/10 02:15 PM)
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