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Rpm Hello, I have a fzr 250 r and recently I have changed the spark plugs( It was back fireing), now it seems like the rpm's are to high, so, what are the normal rpm's when in idle? Thank you

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Normal idle for most bikes should be in the 1000 - 1200 range, but your manual should give you a more exact number. If you don't have a manual, now might be a good time to pick one up.

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