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Hello everyone so I am having an issue on my 2015 raptor 700r. I just purchased big 3 Fuel customs intake, monster shorty pipe full system. I installed all 3 today, however it’s not running properly. When the bike is at idle it seems to be having high rpms. I unscrewed the idle screw almost all the way out! And its still high. I was able to take the bike for a rip down the street it pulls fine, however , when I am in first gear or down shift any gear and pull the clutch in to give it a few revs. It cuts out almost to easily. The throttle also dosent feel very snappy it is like 0.5 second delay when I rev it up in neutral. I know the mapping is fine because I got a map from Cuervo racing. I am stuck on what to do about this problem. Is the tps bad ? Is this normal for this setup? M idle screw being backed almost alway the out shouldn’t be normal? Please anybody shoot me some ideas
 

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Hello everyone so I am having an issue on my 2015 raptor 700r. I just purchased big 3 Fuel customs intake, monster shorty pipe full system. I installed all 3 today, however it’s not running properly. When the bike is at idle it seems to be having high rpms. I unscrewed the idle screw almost all the way out! And its still high. I was able to take the bike for a rip down the street it pulls fine, however , when I am in first gear or down shift any gear and pull the clutch in to give it a few revs. It cuts out almost to easily. The throttle also dosent feel very snappy it is like 0.5 second delay when I rev it up in neutral. I know the mapping is fine because I got a map from Cuervo racing. I am stuck on what to do about this problem. Is the tps bad ? Is this normal for this setup? M idle screw being backed almost alway the out shouldn’t be normal? Please anybody shoot me some ideas




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First, I would not have messed with the idle screw. I would find out what the stock location is and put it back. I am not as familiar with the PCV but there may be a learning curve right at start up. I would give PC a call.
 

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First, I would not have messed with the idle screw. I would find out what the stock location is and put it back. I am not as familiar with the PCV but there may be a learning curve right at start up. I would give PC a call.
Gave them a call they told me the unit was fine it had no issues. The idle stop screw needed to be adjusted because the screw with the spring was backed all the way out and there was still high RPMs


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Okay I think I found the issue. The hose that routes to the bottom of the fci does it look like this.




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