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idle speed adjustment.


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Hi guys , basically I don't understand these instructions to adjust idle speed :roll:


If you turn the throttle stop until you get about 1500 revs, why bother adjusting the pilot screws? You already have the idle speed you want?


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Hi,

There's supposed to be some free play in your throttle so adjusting the idle using the stop is not a good idea. On the side of your carb will be a small idle adjustment screw. Turn it in and out until you get the required idle speed. Easy please.

IM

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Cheers IM. Last time I was into biking I didn't have a throttle stop screw so it was new to me :? Sounds straight forward. I'm just getting to know my bike and adjusting the idle is something I might do as tick over is just over 1000 and careful feathering of the throttle keeps things ticking over at a standstill. Things improve when it gets a bit warmer.


cheers again.


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