Britfan60 wrote:Have to wait for the snow to stop.
richard-7 wrote:We found that 2015 and older bikes have a back fire issue that we feel is related to the throttle body vacuum lines not being clamped and only pushed on. Also, on some of them there is another port that was plugged but can fly out. The newer ones do not have this throttle body issue. And its an easy fix if you do have an older one. Just check all the lines are nice and tight. Also, look for air leaks around throttle body and even exhaust. Check exhaust header nuts are not loose. If all else fails, put back in the other plugs and if the issue goes away if it does then its a bad plug or the gap is wrong. Could have been dropped or squished. Hope this helps.
contours wrote:Britfan60 wrote:Have to wait for the snow to stop.
I'm sure. My driveway was almost clear before Stella arrived.
BPHORSEGUY wrote:We got 2 feet, I have to remember its only mid March. Back to the subject! With my original map if I banged thru gears and stayed over 6000 RPM riding it like I stole it, it would sometimes idle at 2000-2200 RPM on warm days! If I rode a couple of miles normally or shut down for a few minutes it would return to normal. It has never done this since I re-mapped it.
I believe it could be the map or the pot screw for butterfly is open too far, needs to go counterclock wise. If the bike starts stalling you've gone too far!
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