I may be mistaken, but I don't think that 1300 is too far off from the
norm. I had mine down around 900, but then is lower than most people
run 'em I think.
You can reduce the idle speed by loosening the idle screw[s] back a
bit. I don't have the HIFs so I don't know where they are on your
carbs, but if you look at your linkage at rest, there will be a screw
or two that stop the spring-loaded linkage from unwinding any more.
Those are the idle screws. Loosen them and you will idle slower. Keep
them balanced as you do it if you have two screws.
On Mon, 09 Apr 2001 13:29:40 -0400, Bill Saidel wrote:
>Is there a simple adjustment to reduce the idle rmp or do I have to do a
>complete tune-up? Even now it is running great after wintering over
>despite a few jaunts when the temperature reached >30F. Still, 1300 rpm is
>too damn high.
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