Re: If I raise my idle by 100 rpm....
If you touch that screw you'll take the tps out of adjustment and if on top
of it you reset it, the system will think that your tps is closer that it actually
is. (lean condition all through the rpm's range)
The proper way to do it is with the air screws and triming the system to
set co's, and you need the analyser anyways because if you modify your
tps, eventhough the bike may still run good, your co's will be affected.