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Just wondering about the way your bike acts when it is warming up. Mine acts very upset. the idle hangs when I give it a little twist, the idle adjsutment doesnt work at all, it runs extremely rough and is a bit louder I think. Everyone's act like this?

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Due to the choke being on in the warm-up process it is perfectly normal for the engine to run faster than it would be with no choke and idiling which in turn produces a louder exhaust note obviously. When I warm my bike up on choke I dont even touch the throttle, I just let it do it's thing for about a minute or two and then take off the choke, give it a few blips and all is good after that. Sounds to me your bike is acting normal with the choke on. 😢

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if your bike is running really high rpm on choke wait till it bogs and put it on half choke. do this until your not using any choke at all. a few blips of the throttle in the end and im riding around. ps. dont ride your bike hard until it is fully warmed up.

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My bike runs relatively smooth at warm up and operatio. Starts first kick on choke runs for 2 minutes at low low/medium rpm. Then I slowly putt around for a few minutes going through the gears slow and short shifting.

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when i start my bike with the choke on it revs higher than normal. and if i do twist it when the choke is on it stays at a high rpm then it dies back down.. but when i have the choke off it runs normal.

i got ONE ? tho.. how long do you guys leave your choke on for on your 250Fs.. i usally leave mine on for about 15 to 20 sec. is that ok or should i leave it on for a 1 min or 2..

thanks guys..

mike.

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I leave mine on until the first idle stumble. Then I push it off and let it idle for another 30 secs to a minute.

Same here. The colder it is the longer it takes but never more than 2 minutes.

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