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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-22-2009, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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Idle adjustment

I read in the owners manual that the idle RPM is 1200. The tack is reading 1500 RPM. I have a manual on the Weber motor I down loaded off the internet. The Weber motor manual I have doesn't say how to adjust the idle. Can anyone chime in on this... Mike, I would pm you directly but just want to share with other readers of the forum..
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I read in the owners manual that the idle RPM is 1200. The tack is reading 1500 RPM. I have a manual on the Weber motor I down loaded off the internet. The Weber motor manual I have doesn't say how to adjust the idle. Can anyone chime in on this... Mike, I would pm you directly but just want to share with other readers of the forum..
Mine runs about 1400 at idle.
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Re: Idle adjustment

First, check your throttle cable. It should move easily and adjusted so that it doesn't hold the throttle open. The adjustment nuts are by the throttle bodies, behind the seat (Revolt).
If the idle is still high then you will have to reset the TPS positions/limits with the software.



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Re: Idle adjustment

There are adjustments at the foot peddle also. You can bend the tab that holds the cable at the foot end to relieve tension if that is the problem. I have done all the tricks and talked to Mike and it still idles at 1400-1500.
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Re: Idle adjustment

Hey Chuck,

Is your idle screw backed completely off the tab?

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Re: Idle adjustment

Chuck,

Didn't you already change your manifold for another reason? And if so, did the engine idle the same with the old one? Also, are you pulling your RPM readings off your lap top or just your tach?

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Chuck,

Didn't you already change your manifold for another reason? And if so, did the engine idle the same with the old one? Also, are you pulling your RPM readings off your lap top or just your tach?
The throttle bodies have been changed and I don't recall what it idled at before the change. Too many things going on at that time ( you know the story). I know I checked it on the laptop when I was talking to you on the phone that day, but since then it has just been on the tach.
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Re: Idle adjustment

Hey Chuck,

Hook up your lap top and tell me what your TPS idle setting number is. Also get the idle RPM off the console on your laptop while you're there.

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