SinNH Posted October 27, 2007 Share Posted October 27, 2007 Ok, this only my fourth time "tuning" the R11 , the last couple times I had to lower my TPS "stop point" using the left TB stop screw to .303 from .370 as recommended to get my idle down to about 1200 with the BBS's open about one. My TPS lowest voltage is .007 and it acts smoothly up and down through the range. The bike ran ok, limited surging but the transition from off to on throttle needed help to say the least. Sometimes it's really tough not to completely shut off the throttle. So today kept the adjusted TPS voltage at .370 and got an idle with the BBS's closed of about 1050. With the BBS's open about 1/4 out the idle is around 1200. Question---is it ok to run with the bypass screws only open so little? Balanced up nice with the Carb-stix, sounds good on the lift,even though the idle is a bit uneven . Using a Fluke 73. Valves are adjusted. Thanks Steve Link to comment
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