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I don't have a book yet for it. Can anyone fill me in on tuning out the stupid amount of slopiness that I have in my throttle. Will it affect the balance of the throttle bodies?

I had to adjust the idle up quite a bit the other day too. was idling around 800 rpms hot lol.
 

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If you send me your email address i can send you an adobe file with the info--its a chapter from the manual.
 

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I can't thank you enough JPDD.

That file has everything I will ever need in it.:)
Should have it adjusted out after work today.
 

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Mr. Black said:
I can't thank you enough JPDD.

That file has everything I will ever need in it.:) 
Should have it adjusted out after work today.
No problem man...glad to help.
 

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I literally had to relearn how to ride my bike again with a tight throttle.

There was damn near a 1/4 inch of play in it.
 

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Mr. Black said:
I literally had to relearn how to ride my bike again with a tight throttle.

There was damn near a 1/4 inch of play in it.
Whoa! They must have done a sloppy job with your throttle when they assembled it! I'm going to be working with my cables in the near future and i'm definitely going to measure the free play.
 

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Whoa! They must have done a sloppy job with your throttle when they assembled it! I'm going to be working with my cables in the near future and i'm definitely going to measure the free play.
Or the cable just stretched.

There are two throttle cables, one of them is a return cable. If you tighten that, it will remove the throttle slop. Don't over adjust.
 
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