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I have a 2007 Suzuki c-90 Boulevard Trike. Where is the idle screw located on it? My idle suddenly starting getting to high.

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The idle screw will be located on the carb but it is unlikely to require adjusting. The rise in idle speed is probably the throttle cable sticking slightly, perhaps due to lack of maintenance, or it could be indicative of another fuelling problem.

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