moshe_levy Posted April 14, 2007 Share Posted April 14, 2007 All- Thanks to the board for leading this n00b through the process. Now, one more question: I've got idle synched perfectly. RPMs from 5,000 to idle in increments of 500, also synched well. The question is - when suddenly "gunning" the throttle from idle to anything above 3,500, the Twinmax needle will pull hard towards the right (rider's perspective). The needle will to the right right only stay while under the extreme ramp up the rpm range - a fraction of a second - and once a steady rpm is reached, the needle immediately zeros again. So, question is, is the goal of this to make sure both sides are synched at a given engine speed (which I've accomplished,) or also to make sure that the needle stays in zero (balanced) range as the engine's rpms are rising rapidly? In other words, is the needle supposed to stay zeroed no matter what you do with the throttle? -MKL Link to comment
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