Maybe a little.
Yeah when the judge said I had the right to remain silent I lacked the wisdomIt's a common thing. But did you really go back 70 pages in the TC Engine forum to find something to vent about?
BTW, Welcome to the Forum! You haven't even been here a full day and already at 8 posts.
I have a 03 RK - 95" fuel inj, modified engine with a DTT ecm - I have set the idle down to 700 or so - it sounded more like a shovel or Pan with a carb. The ECM moved to idle up to 1000 or so . I keep it there - I was just playing around with it turning the idle there.I read on dtt's website idle rpm under 1000 is possible with their ecu but they caution it should not be done with the stock oil pump. It is not just a pressure issue but since the harley oil pump is a dual pump one portion for oil lubrication the other for the dry sump scavanging. They say the stock pump will not keep the sump dry, not large enough under 1000 rpm. They sugest only using their low rpm mode if you have a high volume pump like a fueling. I read also that the oil spray nozels under the pistons have will not open until 28 psi.
check this link page 3 ( http://www.daytona-twintec.com/download/TCFI2D_Low_Idle_Tech_Note.pdf )
( http://feulingparts.com/wp/feuling/v-twin/harley/support/feuling-twin-cam-engine-tech-memo/ )
you have looked into this and know technically more than I do about why it's not good to run your idle low but I'm happy to hear That I wasn't spewing a bunch of foolishness I suspected the low oil pressure being a problem But I did learn a couple bits of wisdom from a couple other posters one of them was if you don't poke a pile of poop it won't smell so badd and the other was you can ignore reality but you can't ignore the consequences of ignoring reality pretty deep Thought lessons for livingI have a 03 RK - 95" fuel inj, modified engine with a DTT ecm - I have set the idle down to 700 or so - it sounded more like a shovel or Pan with a carb. The ECM moved to idle up to 1000 or so . I keep it there - I was just playing around with it turning the idle there.