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Old 08-20-2018, 07:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I am very new to the motorcycle and had my warrior for less than a week. The bike is 2006. When I first start it, it stalls unless I keep giving it gas. I would think one could adjust throttle screw somewhere to increase rpms. Not knowing what to do, can you help me out? Where do I find this screw?

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Old 08-20-2018, 08:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Pull the seat off and you'll see a gold screw
That the idle adjustment...
First warm the bike up and set it between 950 to 1k ....

Also sometimes it's the LVC that starts acting up and that's why u have to give it gas for it to stay on till it warms up...

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Old 08-20-2018, 09:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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After the bike is warm, what does it idle at? If it’s normal, then someone removed the LCV. Which acts like a choke. In other words, you may not have a choke.

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^^^ Nuf said ^^^


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Welcome to the Forum. You got great advice there I can't add to it.

Post up some pics of your bike left side right side tank off if you can do it and members will call out visible mods

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Old 08-22-2018, 09:59 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Hi guys!!! thank you for all the welcomes! Below are some pics. The bike was neglected I feel so bad for the bike I'm going to try to get it to be loved now that I have got it. The bike looks pretty bad ass though and that's what made me fall in love with it.

I went in to oryles auto parts and they told me that air filter for this guy is 90 some dollars. I want to install BAK now that I know that. Does anyone know if there is a detailed tutorial on how to do it. Previous owner looks like never changed the filter and even took off the right side filter completely. Probably because it was starving for air and he did not want to put any money into it.









This is the speedometer that's on the bike. I don't know what it is and if it's any good. It shows 16000 miles but I don't know if that dude zerod miles before installing it and it actually has 116k miles. Could that be?




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Wow! Interesting headlights and tail light, seat setup, etc.. Best intake for this bike (IMHO) is the Churchkey VBAK, made and sold by a member here. He gives exceptional installation instructions and customer service, might want to check it out. And welcome!
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Assuming you’re running the stock air box under the seat, then currently you have unfiltered air going straight into the TBs, because the side intake enters the stock air box via a snorkel.

The air filter is cheaper if you don’t get a K&N.

But yeah, get a Churchkey VBAK.
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