Got a couple more questions.
Does the ECU need to see the position sensor cycle, or is it monitoring the servo itself?
If I'm going to have an FI light anyway, the servo is coming off. Otherwise, I'll probably leave the servo mounted.
Also, I'm reading that this sensor is a variable resistor, changing output voltage according to throttle position. The ECU senses voltage change and determines fuel injection quantity, and ignition timing according to engine RPM, and throttle opening.
I didn't realize the subthrottle sensor had that much control!
Any idea what position (or resistance) would be an ideal setting for the sensor to provide optimum timing and fueling?