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    Manual idle adjuster.
    on: Sep 11, 2016, 10.06 pm
    Sep 11, 2016, 10.06 pm
    I decided to disable the stepper motor and linkage and fit a Daytona 675 manual adjuster.
    Basically I've removed the idle stop screw and replaced it with the manual adjuster.


     


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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #1 on: Sep 12, 2016, 12.09 am
    Sep 12, 2016, 12.09 am
    What is the advantage in doing this change?

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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #2 on: Sep 12, 2016, 12.00 pm
    Sep 12, 2016, 12.00 pm
    *Originally Posted by UncleGary [+]
    What is the advantage in doing this change?

    No more poor idling / stalling due to stepper motor shaft covered in crap, especially if in dusty environments.
    Moto Guzzi V7 Centenario baby!

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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #3 on: Sep 12, 2016, 07.05 pm
    Sep 12, 2016, 07.05 pm
    Just put it all back together and it's worked as planned. Idle is super steady and set at 1100rpm.
    No more stepper problems.


     


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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #4 on: Sep 12, 2016, 07.08 pm
    Sep 12, 2016, 07.08 pm


    I removed the stepper motor bracket and put a slight bend in it so the shaft is clear from touching anything.
    The linkage is rotated backwards and held in place with a zip tie to stop it fouling anything.

     


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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #5 on: Sep 13, 2016, 12.31 am
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    Please don't take offense, anyone but why does Triumph fit stepper motors at some expense if superior results can be achieved with a screw? I know superior results can usually be achieved with a screw but this is an honest question.

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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #6 on: Sep 13, 2016, 03.09 am
    Sep 13, 2016, 03.09 am
    *Originally Posted by UncleGary [+]
    Please don't take offense, anyone but why does Triumph fit stepper motors...?
    To: control engine idle speed; adjust air supply on engine overrun; correct for altitude and cold starting.
    (all done "automatically" and within emission regs...)
    No offense taken...  :002:
    There are a terrible lot of lies going about the world, and the worst of it is that half of them are true.
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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #7 on: Sep 13, 2016, 01.39 pm
    Sep 13, 2016, 01.39 pm
    *Originally Posted by locky [+]


    I removed the stepper motor bracket and put a slight bend in it so the shaft is clear from touching anything.
    The linkage is rotated backwards and held in place with a zip tie to stop it fouling anything.

     

    maybe i am blind, but i cannot see the replaced screw in the pic, too dark.

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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #8 on: Sep 13, 2016, 04.39 pm
    Sep 13, 2016, 04.39 pm


    Scree enters under throttle bodies. 
    Pic above is not of my bike.

     


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    Re: Manual idle adjuster.
    Reply #9 on: Sep 15, 2016, 07.04 am
    Sep 15, 2016, 07.04 am
    *Originally Posted by locky [+]


    Scree enters under throttle bodies. 
    Pic above is not of my bike.

     

    i see, thx