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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-28-2007, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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How do you adjust the idle on a k7 750

I havent looked at it too closely but my buddy says I should be at about 1500 rpm at an idle and I am sittin about 1050. How do you adjust the idle so that it will smooth out a bit at 1500?

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Well for the 600 the idle speed adjuster is on the left side, which requires you to remove the left fairing, don't know the exact location though.

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I havent looked at it too closely but my buddy says I should be at about 1500 rpm at an idle and I am sittin about 1050. How do you adjust the idle so that it will smooth out a bit at 1500?
that should be fine.. my k6 750 idles aroun 1100 if i rem right

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12-13k is standard for most bikes, 15 is a little high

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Idle adjust screw is here:

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Idle adjust screw is here:
Any chance you can show me where that is with a larger picture?

I would love to know which of those two is the idle adjustment because I see two adjustable stems there.
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Look through the gap in the fairing just aft of the R/R and frame. That knob is the idle screw.
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