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When i start my 900 ss it idles ok for about 10 srconds then the idle goes up to 4000

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I the bike has carbs (not fuel injected) then an air leak between the carb and cylinder has developed. This leans the mix and increases idle speed. Usually the rubber parts get hard and then cracks show up, and that is where the extra air gets in.

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