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No. I wouldn't go any farther until I adjusted the valves as recommended by others. That is square one before you start tuning.
everything was backed out (air in). i was the same as you Tom and couldnít get it to idle at all at .385, i had to have the RH in a touch, surprised that yours was so low with .525. I just learned how to do it so i canít really trouble shoot. itís running quite well now apart from a backfire. back fire is cool no! ??
Something is off. Valve adjust maybe. Air leak maybe.Do you have GuzziDiag?
Not sure why your getting the backfire?? Loose header pipes/bad gasket, loose header to crossover or muffler?The idle. You can try to adjust the bleed screws to bring the idle down. If that fails, you "could" back out the RH TB idle screw just a hair or two to get the idle down.Tom
There is a gasket in the head where the header pipe goes. I **think** that is the one Tom was referring to.John Henry
i get ya, this rusty looking fellow wedged in here?
after valves i decided to re-balance throttles. I checked my baseline was still .150 and then went with guzziDiag to set tps by degree, i went with 3.21, it was that or 3.03, nothing read in between, this translated to .475 on the multimeter.
I thought you had a California 1100i, which has the P8 computer. On that you set baseline (butterfly closed) to 150mv, then crank the idle stop open to 385mv, or about 2.1 degrees on GuzziDiag.
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