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gizzo

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Reply #15 on: October 08, 2018, 01:04:06 am
12% funeral, eh? That should stop it dying......
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Reply #16 on: December 16, 2018, 09:33:05 pm
Yes, after a month and a half or so with the 12% added oh, I have not had any stalling issues on Idol or when accelerating from a stop light. I've added 10% more fuel across the board up to 4500 RPMs and the bike seems to handle it quite nicely. My fuel mileage dropped slightly which is to be expected. But overall performance, the bike seems to handle the added fuel quite nicely with a bit more Pepe. Sometime in the spring I plan on having one of the local Honda dealers do five passes on a dyno to fine-tune the timing and fuel for past performance. But for now, the embarrassment of the bike stalling three or four times before I can even leave a Starbucks parking lot seems to have gone away. On that cold warm up idle, the bike still has a few hit and misses here and there but we're before it would have stalled, now it seems to pull through it and keep on idling.
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