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Has anyone ever tryed to turn there idle up real high? Can it even be done?
I've tryed turning the screw on the throtle body in to get high idle but it only goes up a little bit. I turned it in about 10 turns.
The reason I'm trying to do this is to do a no handed wheelie. On my Warrior I can turn the idel up and get it into a wheelie then let go of the handle bars and control it with the rear brake.
Dose the computer restricked me from cranking up the idle?
This is not somthing I'm going to do all the time. I just wanted to do it once or twice to film it. This might sound silly to most but I just wondered if anyone knows about this.
Thanks for looking.
 

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I turned my idle down and it took alot of turns to get it down, but it worked.
 

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u will need to adjust the IDLE STOP SCREW... this is at the bottom of the throttle box on the same side as the air bleed screw...

first readjust the idle bleed screw to the correct idle speed... then loosen the 10mm jam nut.....use a flat head screw gun bit to adjust the stop screw..... u may only get it to about 3k rpm
 
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