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2000 Yamaha V star Classic 1100; Once it warms up, tends to backfire a bit and overrevs in low gear (very high idle). What should be the cause of the high idle.

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The idle is set too high. Check on the left side of the engine, about mid point of the jugs "V", you should see a knob near the middle. Turn it R/L until the idle lowers. (slowly!) (only AFTER it has warmed up.

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