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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-17-2019, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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ACCT Question

I purchased the ACCT kit from TOC Manufacturing, read the instructions, and watched the video. The instructions indicate that you should screw the plunger onto the shaft, but the video seems to indicate that you just push the plunger in without screwing it down. Which is correct? I note that when I took the old out out the plunger fell right out and didn't need to be un-screwed, so I reassembled that way. I feel like the idle is slower, so I don't want to damage anything if I have it wrong.
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Any updates on this? Did you find an answer anywhere?

I'm new to motorcycles and have been doing all the basics on this bike to make sure she's in good shape. I dont know if the ACCT's are doing their job or if what I'm hearing from the engine is normal or not. So I plan to do the screwdriver-twist-thing soon to load the spring. But since I don't know what a bad ACCT sounds like, I might just put new ones in. I don't know, but if I do...I imagine I'd have the same question.
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