- Jan 14, 2019
- Ogden Utah
- 2012 rocket III roadster & 1995 Magna
Okay thanks I am familiar with the 12 min tune. Also I did synchronize my throttle bodies they are within 10(hg?) Of each other. I did not lube in the rubber boots. Now the big problem I don't know how to do an full ISCV reset. Just the tune ECU test you mentioned earlier. As for that main idle stop should it be adjusted just below the ISCV controlled idle? You are saving me a ton of time thanks!Ok that changes things except for the part that you cleaned and lubricated it and there was a positive change. If it were myself I would clean and lubricate it more . Paying special attention to the springs in the front as they have to do with idle , the idle stepper motor cam tension and proper operations
If the spring returns aren't working right the stepper motor has problems adjusting the proper opening. Note the area in the box and what the arrow is pointing at.View attachment 95851
Then I would also lubricate the stepper motor using the idle stepper mot test to nove the motor shaft in and out. Do the test several times after lubricating like below
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Then check the proper freeplay in each throttle cable so its not fighting each other and the stepper motor.
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Once I did that I'd run a full ISCV reset along with resetting the adaptations after the reset is done. Then cycle key off and count to 5 then turn it on and start the bike without moving the throttle. Run it until the fan kicks on then run it for 12 minutes more without touching the throttle. Now while its doing this you here it change the rpm. As its adjusting it on fuel idle and its off fuel idle sequences. While its idling I'd be taking note of vacuum numbers on each throttle body looking for leaks then see how and if they are in balance. Like I said if it were me!!!
If you ever make it to Utah I hope you let me know.