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Honda cbr 600f2 throttle adjuster?

I have a honda cbr 600 f2, 1992. I was adjusting the throttle adjuster...hope Im useing the correct termenalogy..its a circular rotating switch on the left side of the bike below the seat, near the gas valve on off switch...The throttle adjuster switch sets the RPM the bike is reving at...My question is i was adjusting it and it has coem loose from where it is attached to..is connected to a long pipe with a screw at the end of it, i cant figure it whare the screw attaches in to ..i tring looking around but no look...can you help...?

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Sounds like you were adjusting the idle mix screw on the carburetor. I think www.bikebandit.com has OEM parts, with diagrams. Also, there are many forums for different motorcycles and their owners on the internet, I would try a Google search for the right forum for your bike. Good Luck!

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If your not 100% confident to unertake this job yourself, take the bike to your local dealer and ask to have the carbs balanced.

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