Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: Morehead City NC
I certainly notice a difference in RPM when I first start the bike on cold mornings, but the "choke" is only 1/2 on. Easy and gibzx12 are both right. By opening the throttle bodies and allowing more air in, the management system will sense that more fuel is required to sustain the engine from stalling and provides it,hence the slight increase in RPM. (unlike my previous 7's and 9's which scream up to 4,000 rpm or stall with little or no control between)!
Speed kills play safe and buy a Honda!