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Question now high RPMs

I was wondering...

i just fixed my bike be at idle it was running VERY low and wouldnt run! NOW its running VERY high (Which i think is bad for it)

my question is... whould it be ok to run it like this for 3 hours on the freeway?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-08-2007, 11:26 PM
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your idle has nothing to do with your regular driving speed. So therefore, no it will not hurt it.

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So u went from low idle to high idle no way to get that idle in between
if not do not get mad u did what u can



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So u went from low idle to high idle no way to get that idle in between
if not do not get mad u did what u can
i know i felt so bad, i ended up following the tube back to the source and then i manually twisted it, but when i tried to get it unscrewed, it got stuck! and ideas how to losen it?? WD-40??
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your idle has nothing to do with your regular driving speed. So therefore, no it will not hurt it.
ps. i noticed it wont slow as fast b/c the extra kick in it, so im gonna have to pull the clutch everytime. (ill let everyone know if my MPG change at all during my long ride)
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Finally! i fxed my bike and got the nob to work! thanks for your help! ill start a thread w/picts if this ever happend to anyone
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Congrats man awesome job



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Also remember to let the bike warm up before adjusting the idle.


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Also remember to let the bike warm up before adjusting the idle.
Good idea. Take it 'round the block before you touch anything!
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Good idea. Take it 'round the block before you touch anything!
... haha, well u mean for certian things right...
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... haha, well u mean for certian things right...

Hahaha he made a funny!!!

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Hi, I was just wondering, wheres the pics as it just happened to me...
Did you managed to create a thread for this? Thanks in advance.
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Hi, I was just wondering, wheres the pics as it just happened to me...
Did you managed to create a thread for this? Thanks in advance.
oh yea, sorry! I found a local forum so rr.net kind of took the back burner... Ill work on that soon and attach it to this thread! if you have any questions, just ask!
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