Grand Prix 500
Main Motorcycle: 98 T595
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Washington, il
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Ahks, If you're taking the bike out of service for a couple of months this winter here's a few of suggestions beyond a regular tune-up:
-Check cam/valve clearance
-Check all of the vacuum lines between the IAC manifo.ld and the throttle bodies.
-Replace the in tank fuel hoses.
-Replace the throttle body gasket and seat each throttle body individually.
Already planned on the valve check (and try to figure out if a PO put the updated cam in)
Vacuum lines already checked and appear almost brand new
in tank hoses is a new one, thanks, same with the TB gasket.
Get yourself TuneECU, then increase the fueling coefficient for colder temps.
This is under the 'warm-up' table
Add a few points to the appropriate temperature ranges to increase the fuel at those temps
You may also generally just need an increase in the CO (idle Fuel Trim), which will affect overall idle Air/Fuel Ratio / performance throughout the whole temp range.
Note that for idle fuel trim that is a 'real-time' active adjustment (vs the warm-up, which requires changes to be saved and map reloaded);
also it only becomes active at full operating temp, > 85C
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