Fast Idle with warm engine
Wasn't sure what section this should go under.... Anyway, my 750 runs great, starts right up. When it's cold, I back off the choke, and it idles perfect at 1100.
What has been happening intermittently, is once I ride for a while, and the bike is good and warm, when I come to a stop sign, or stop for any other reason, the idle speeds up real high, up to about 4K RPM. If I slowly release the clutch, the RPM's go back down to 1100, but if I pull the clutch in again, they race right back up again to about 4K.
Is this the choke malfunctioning? This seems to happen on and off. One day it's Idling perfect once it's warmed up, the next it's idling real high again. I just got back from a ride and it was doing it real bad. I'd pull up to a stop sign and the thing is revving up at almost 5K RPM. I have to sit there and keep releasing the clutch to get it to calm down, slowly creeping into traffic...
Anyone know what the problem is?
1994 Vulcan 750 40K on the clock and counting....
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