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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-05-2010, 11:31 PM Thread Starter
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bike idles different in gear than in neutral WTF!

well my bike idles just at 1.5 in neutral just like i would like but when im out riding it and come to a stop with it in gear and the clutch pulled in it only idles down to 3. when i shift into first it does not go up to 3 until i rev the engine past 3.

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Not trying to sound like an ass but is the engine actually revving higher or is it just the tach showing higher revs?
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its the engine too..
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1.5? 3? Um...what?
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Hey guys. My 06 trackbike started doing the exact same thing today. Start the bike and it it idles fine about 1200 rpm but put it into any gear and the revs jump to about 3000. I changed the front forks and had to disconnect the clutch cable to re route it after. Apart from this I can't think of anything else I could have done.

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Make sure your clutch pin switch is still plugged in and working.
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Thanks for the reply.
Most of the harness is removed as its a racebike so there are no cables connected to the switch. Ill have to see if they're joined through elsewhere at the loom. If I play with the clutch cable adjustment it seems to show some slight variations in revs for some reason but not enough to balance the 3000 revs. And that's with tightening/slackening the adjustment to the extremes either way.... If you get me!
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