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929 rr idles poorly at first take off and i do not know the best way to go about adjusting my powercomander to idle a little more rich and not so lean

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Have you tried the plastic nob located on the left side of the bike where your knee would be

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firstly thankyou for adding a video allways helps

can u tell me how the bike performs in all revs ?

you say it has been dynoed how long ago ? have you made any changes since ? was it working fine when it left or has it been like it since u got it back from them ?

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what do it think it could be im thinking sounds like fuel mix problems low end maybe pilot ajustment needed possibly carb sync problem but all should of been addressed at the dyno center

can i also ask how long ago it was dynoed ?

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