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Adjusting the idle

On the 2006 Katana where is the screw to adjust the idle located, and can I get to it without taking off thr fairings?

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Look on the left side of bike behind the fairing about where your knee would be look for a little knob rember righty faster idle lefty less idle speed be kind rate us

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My 2005 Katana 600 F was idling slow at about 600 - 700 RPM so I messed with a throttle screw under the throttle lever. I got it to idle at 1000 RPM where I think it should be. But now when I turn the...


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Idle speed problems


Hi Walker14,

You have to sync thecarbs and also you will have to reset the air-fuel mixture screws.
One of the carburators should be factory adjusted, I dont wn a kawasaki but I own a YAMAHA SECA XJ750R and thro it I am sharing my experince.
Once you have located the factory preadjusted carburator you can thn set the others to its specs. I use the feeler gauge to do for my bikes carburators and it works fine.
With regards to the mixture screw..... get the all in tightened but slowly aas to not damage the pin end of it!.
Start the bike and get it to normal running temp and thn set the screws 2 and half turns out...you may need to set your idling speed before you begin this setting of the mixture screws, you prolly will hveto go higher on revs or vicecersa ....onc eyou are at the mixture screws and adjusting them , you will surely note the differenc ein sound of he bike an its idling ..
Hope this will help.


Knight.

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