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When the engine is on the revs are 400 rpm,need to adjust to 900 rpm where is the screw?,please need help

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Should be a nob on the left side of the bike close to the carbs. Turn it in to raise the idle.

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    • 2 Start the engine and let it idle in place until the temperature gauge built into the instrument cluster indicates a minimum internal temperature of 180 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the motorcycle's ideal operating temperature.
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