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Old 26-Oct-2012, 12:02 PM
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916 bp tickover and road gearing

is there an easyway of altering this, and has anyone changed their road gearing
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Old 26-Oct-2012, 12:23 PM
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Hi Mike,

I've deleted your duplicate thread here so you dont miss any posts.

You can add which bikes you own to be visible by using the 'Quick Links' option at the top of the screen then, 'Edit Profile' and look for the option box, 'Bikes' (Which bikes do you ride) - put whatever public info you wish in there.

As for your question, tickover, dunno - sorry, Kev will be along in a minute

Gearing, popular option seems to be one tooth smaller on the front but I know little of the 916 series.

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Old 26-Oct-2012, 06:42 PM
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As Frank said most go down one on the front but you may have to re set your ride height after the chain has been adjusted.

Idle screw is on the right side of the throttle bodies and can be adjusted with a 8mm spanner.
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Old 31-Oct-2012, 11:34 AM
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thanks guys

will have a little play although it will put to bed when the 1st salt goes down.
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