One nice thing about the 696 and 1100 is that the idle RPM can be displayed easily on the instrument panel for purposes of adjusting the idle speed.original reply by me said:One nice thing about the 696 and 1100 is that idle RPM can be set right from the instrument panel with no tools or visits to the dealer.
One nice thing about the 696 and 1100 is that idle RPM can be set right from the instrument panel with no tools or visits to the dealer.
I really think it sounds as if your 1100 is idling about where it should.
Pardon my ignorance, but what exactly does throttle body synchronization involve? Is this something the end user can/should check and adjust?Did my throttle body synchronization and set the idle last weekend, bike was idling low and stumbling, synchronization was off by a fair amount. Much better now
The idle RPM on the 696 is set using the air bleed screws on the throttle bodies.
Where's the strikeout code when I need it?original reply by me said:What's the advantage of adjusting it that way versus making small adjustments from the instrument panel? I can understand the advantage of synching the throttle bodies, but what if one just wants to change the idle by 100RPM or so?
Well, you... umm... that is...HOw can i adjust the idle from instrument panel?