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DIET-FI is the world's first fuel injection system that doesn't use a throttle position sensor or engine temperature sensor.
The new larger 42mm Mikuni BSR carburetor with throttle position sensor maintains the top-end performance while improving throttle response and significantly reducing throttle effort.
The engines throttle position sensors and jet engine temperature sensors are being looked at closely, so as to help push energy efficiency to new levels.
For example, Motorola integrated circuits and systems, Vandervell bearings, CTS throttle position sensors, Wynn's Precisions sealants, McGavigan instrument panels and FTD Sprintex superchargers.
CTS has also captured new business for a customized small engine throttle position sensor (SETPS) from one of India's leading and diversified engine and construction equipment manufacturers.
High-end products that are optimal for applications such as automotive accelerator pedal sensors (APS)(4) and throttle position sensors (TPS)(5) include precious metal materials such as SP-1, which boasts a 30 percent longer lifespan and higher heat resistance than the existing product by using a precious metal alloy containing platinum and gold, and AgPd50, which has improved abrasion resistance compared to AgPd30.
The Company also manufactures electronic steering wheel position sensors, seat-memory modules, throttle position sensors, inertial navigation systems, and other devices used in transportation systems.
there's a throttle position sensor, gear position sensor plus Yamaha's unique EXUP system - an exhaust ultimate powervalve.