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Ok I got the new engine in new crank trigger runs great. But it will not idle down wants to idle at 1700-2000 rpm is the a relearn for the tps

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Ok I got the new engine in new crank trigger runs great. But it will not idle down wants to idle at 1700-2000 rpm is the a relearn for the tps

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If you already verified that the throttle cable is at the stop, the idle adjustment screw should be on your left side btwn the TB's, one single screw kinda tucked up under the center of the frame. Look in just back and past the cheese wedge
 

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I will try that it the same throttle body I use on my old engine and it idle ok I did mod the airbox could that be it

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I will try that it the same throttle body I use on my old engine and it idle ok I did mod the airbox could that be it

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Well I know first time I cleaned my TBs my idle jumped up to about 1500 as the prev owner had just been increasing it I guess. I also moded my air box the same time If your unsure after trying to bump the idle down, I would verify your fast idle tension, then throttle cable. Fast idle should be set with bars to the left and it should drop off as you straighten them. Let us know what you get

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Fast Idle Lever
Check Fast Idle Lever and Cable
1. Move the fast idle lever. It should move smoothly from its rest position to its completely open position and back again
2. Fast idle lever freeplay - the amount of lever movement from the rest position to the point of cable resistance - should be 1/8-1/4 inch (3-6 mm).
3. Adjust fast idle lever freeplay if necessary.
Adjust Fast Idle Lever Freeplay
1. Remove the operator’s seat.
2. Remove the fuel tank.
3. Loosen the fast idle cable adjuster jam nut.
4. Turn the cable adjuster in or out until the fast idle lever freeplay is 1/8-1/4 inch (3-6 mm).
5. Tighten the adjuster jam nut and reinstall the fuel tank and operator’s seat.
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Check Throttle Control Grip and Cable
1. Rotate the throttle control grip. It should rotate smoothly from its rest position to its completely open position and back again. It should return to its rest position quickly when released.
2. Throttle freeplay - the amount of throttle control grip movement from the rest position to the point of cable resistance - should be 1/8-1/4 inch (3-6 mm).
3. Adjust throttle freeplay if necessary.
Adjust Throttle Freeplay
1. Slide the rubber covers off both cable adjusters, and loosen both adjuster jam nuts.
2. Turn both cable adjusters into the cable as far as possible.
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3. Turn the cable adjuster on the throttle opening cable out until the throttle freeplay is between 1/8-1/4 inch (3-6 mm).
4. Hold the throttle control grip at the fully closed position and turn the cable adjuster on the throttle closing cable out until resistance is felt.
5. Tighten the adjuster jam nuts on both cables, and reinstall both rubber covers.
 
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