Originally Posted by marchyman
With the bike at idle pulling the cable at the throttle body about 1/2 mm should not change the RPM. If the RPM changes within that 1/2 mm the cable is to tight. If the cable pulls more that 1 mm without changing the RPM then the cable is too loose. Repeat on both sides. That is your starting point which gives you about 1/2 mm of adjustment to make the RPM close (I believe the spec is within 15 mbar) at 1400-1800 RPM without messing up the idle.
Who on this Earth can measure .5 mm at a throttle cable and with what?
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