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My bike has no idle. I have to hold the throttle open to keep the engine turning over when stationary. On start up it will turn over on its own but at very low RPM. When it goes for a service i have told the dealer about this and it is fixed but after a few runs goes back to no idle. I now take it to an independent garage for servicing and it is still happening. Fine after service and within a few runs the idle has gone???

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There should be an idle screw down be the throttle body of the motor give it a turn to the right a little that should raise the rpm a little to keep the bike going

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