My question is will I be ok running the bike around for few miles to get her warm with all pots set to off? Or will I do damage by running too lean? Any advise would be appreciated.To set this pot, make sure the motorcycle is up to a full operating temperature, then while in neutral, pick a fast idle that is not easy to hold a steady rpm (V-twins 1800-2200 rpm and multiple cylinders 2500-3000 rpm), hold the throttle at that spot and then slowly and evenly turn the green pot clockwise from its minimum setting, while listening to the exhaust sound. You should hear the exhaust sound change form an irregular and uneven sound to an even and smooth one. You may also see an increase in rpm as you increase fuel, and if you continue to increase fuel past this point to where the revs start to fall back away, then you can stop and start returning the pot screw back to a point half way between where the exhaust note first smoothed out and the point where the highest rpm starts to fall away.
I have an 01' FXSTDi and i was getting a lot of decel popping. I'm not sure what number mines at now but i up'd my RPM and it helped. I still dont think its properly adjusted though. :dunno:I have a 2003 Ultra Classic
stage 2 flash
se air cleaner
mild head work
I get a great deal of popping on decel. I have been adjusting my dfo but with out getting the decel popping to go away. Do you think if I set the rpm pot to 7 I would be able to eliminate or at least reduce the popping?