Hey guys, got an easy one for ya. I've got a 450 EXC, and I recently raised the idle to about 1800RPM since it was really low and made the engine pretty noisy. Once I got the fuel mixture dialed at operating temp, it raised it even more, to the point where it's hovering between 1900-2000RPM. I think that's a bit too high, so I'm gonna bring it back down to 1800-ish when the rain lets up (unless you guys think that is an OK idle speed? it sounds and runs fine, but the number just seems high to me). My question is, if I'm making a small idle adjustment like this, is it really necessary to adjust the fuel mixture again? Will this small change in idle have any effect on the fuel mixture? Obviously it isn't a huge deal to pop the little fuel screw adjuster back on and run it back and forth a couple of times to verify that it's still tuned correctly, but I was just curious if it will have an effect. I would go out and try it right now, but the rain has moved in and it's supposed to be storming all week. I have no garage to work in, unfortunately. Cheers!