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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-12-2008, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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Idle Speed Adjustment on 07/08 RR

Is there an external knob to adjust idle speed on the 07/08RR? If so, where is it located?

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this has been covered a lot.

no you cannot adjust the idle on an 07 or 08
it is computer controlled at 1500 rpms
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yea 1400 +/- 100 read your manual!
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haha you said knob!!!!

sorry.. very childish of me lol

no you can't is the answer
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damn i missed the knob joke
good catch

haha knob
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unless you know how to fully reprogram the ecu and have the software to do so and the knowledge your anwser is NO!

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anyone know what it should be for an 05 600rr? manual says 1300 +/- 100. thanks
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then i would wager 1300 +/- 100 then
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wow... there is such a thing as a dumb question. >_<;
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wow... there is such a thing as a dumb question. >_<;
in my defense, many people don't follow the manual. for example, oil.

manual says use GN4 and change every 8k after first oil change but i know most people don't change every 8k and there are numerous brands of engine oil people use.

I was simply looking for a recommendation cause the guy at my local shop said 1300 was a bit high and changed it to 1100.
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what they also don't read is how Honda wants you to ride the bike in order to follow the RMS verbatim. you can absolutely go 8000 miles if you follow their operation guidelines. but lets be realistic... wind tunnel testing on a dyno just isn't real world.
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what they also don't read is how Honda wants you to ride the bike in order to follow the RMS verbatim. you can absolutely go 8000 miles if you follow their operation guidelines. but lets be realistic... wind tunnel testing on a dyno just isn't real world.
not even, I know most just use computer simulations for that stuff and only break out the physical when doing certifications and limited real world apps.
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