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When warm looses idle speed and cuts when coasting to a stop

When warm looses idle speed and cuts when clutch in and coasting to stop

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Try turning the idle up a bit after it has gotten to running temp. There's a nob down beside the carb and turn it in ti raise the idle.

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The Stratoliner is fuel injected and has no idle screw. It is completely under the control of the ECU. There is an ongoing discussion on delphi about this with no obvious fix. The problem is when the throttle is released and clutch pulled prior to stop the engine goes too lean and drops below 500 rpms and dies. This is more common on bike with aftermarket pipes and air intake modes. Replacing a marginal battery has helped some riders.

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Glad to be of assistance - please rate the solution because I will learn from your rating. Thank you
Your IDLE MIXTURE may be too rich causing the engine to flood.


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