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Help revs 5000 rpm after warming Honda 929 2000

Help please,

While the bike is warming the revs increase to aprox. 2000 and when is supposed to decrease to aprox: 1200 it increases to 5000 and it stays there. If I stop the engine and I leave it for about 7-10 min. it is fine when I start it again the revs are 1200 rpm

Is there a damaged sensor or something?

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Re: Help revs 5000 rpm after warming Honda 929 2000

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Help please,

While the bike is warming the revs increase to aprox. 2000 and when is supposed to decrease to aprox: 1200 it increases to 5000 and it stays there. If I stop the engine and I leave it for about 7-10 min. it is fine when I start it again the revs are 1200 rpm

Is there a damaged sensor or something?
On the back of your throttle bodies, there is something called a wax unit.

This device controls your idle circuit and is dependent on coolant temperature.

You can inspect it by pulling it out, checking for damage to the spring or the o-rings used to seal it.

*a service manual would really help out during this procedure.
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Re: Help revs 5000 rpm after warming Honda 929 2000

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On the back of your throttle bodies, there is something called a wax unit.

This device controls your idle circuit and is dependent on coolant temperature.

You can inspect it by pulling it out, checking for damage to the spring or the o-rings used to seal it.

*a service manual would really help out during this procedure.
Thank you! One of the tubes from the vax unit vas stuck! So much mud from the cooling liquid!
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