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idle higher when cold?

Hello

Im in tokyo now and its has been getting cold recently, around
50 F / 10 C and my idle seems to be higher around 3000 compared to the normal 1500, is this normal?

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It is competely normal when you start the bike for the idle to be like that when it's cold. Once the bike warms up, rpm's should go down to usual 1300-1500

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k thanks for the reply!
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yea first time my bike did that i got scared, but its normal
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Something tells me you guys never started on a 250 with a carburated engine
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It is competely normal when you start the bike for the idle to be like that when it's cold. Once the bike warms up, rpm's should go down to usual 1300-1500
really? i idle at around 1,100...
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adjust your idle then. 1300-1500 is factory specs. simple turn of the knob :)

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Something tells me you guys never started on a 250 with a carburated engine
actually i use to ride a nsr250se and sp for two years before the 600
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When i first start my bike it will be between 2k and 2.5k. Then back down to between 1.3-1.5K.
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My civic revs like crazy when its cold out
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^ i was gonna say... if your car does the same thing, why wouldn't you expect your FI bike to do the same?
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^ i was gonna say... if your car does the same thing, why wouldn't you expect your FI bike to do the same?
yea, good point
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^ i was gonna say... if your car does the same thing, why wouldn't you expect your FI bike to do the same?

very true...
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