Mine used to be around 1250. Since fitting a PCV it dropped to 1000 dead, which is fine for me.Can anyone advise how to adjust the idle/tickover speed... mines at a 1000k I'm sure it ought to be a bit more....!!!
Cheers for the info Lee...The data sheet in the service manual shows the engine idle speed to be 1150 rpm +/- 100rpm. This would put your idle tick over within spec. From what I understand the idle speed is controlled through the ISC valve ( Idle Speed Control Valve ) which in turn receives it's signal via the ECM therefore this is no way to manually adjust the tickover. There is a window in the suzuki diagnostic system under the active control menu that is labeled "ISC rpm control " but i don't know what parameters this allows you to adjust, if at all allowing you to increase the idle speed.
Hi dekker... Did you notice more engine braking on a closed throttle... ?...Mine used to be around 1250. Since fitting a PCV it dropped to 1000 dead, which is fine for me.
Before I could not detect any effect from the clutch "idle lift" switch but now it is very obvious.
Hi All,Can anyone advise how to adjust the idle/tickover speed... mines at a 1000k I'm sure it ought to be a bit more....!!!
Something i recently noticed on my bike and i never noticed it previously but now its very obvious is the engine braking seems to release at 2500rpm and i'm guessing its when the ECU starts putting fuel back in so as not to stall.Hard to say, maybe a bit more?
I love the engine braking on this bike, the more the merrier for me.