Originally Posted by Gintaronas
I have noticed that since the weather became colder (+5...+10C), my bike's idle is now about 950-1000 rpm. In summer time I set it to about 1100 rpm, but now it has dropped. Is it normal or does it mean temperature sensor is not working correctly?
By the way, this is not the first time I notice that. I have been observing a contrary situation in beginning of summer: after setting idle to ~1100rpm in early spring, it raised to above 1200rpm in the beginning of summer. This is a bit annoying, because you have to resync the TBs when adjusting BBSs.
Absolutely normal behaviour. Why is a throttle sync a problem? So many posts around on the topic, make your own manometer etc threads. I always look forward to doing a quick throttle sync, sharpens my pig up nicely.