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Damn HTEV..

So I have a 2000 cbr 929rr. My HTEV disconnected. I had the flapper still connected though. It recently started giving me idle problems along with bogging down while trying to move. I disconnected the flapper and removed it, and I also put the valve in to the full open position. It seems to be a little better but im not completely sure and won't know until tomorrow. Any tips?

Also, what is the plug on the outside if the airbox on the back right of it? the one connected to the actual airbox. Thanks.
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So I have a 2000 cbr 929rr. My HTEV disconnected. I had the flapper still connected though. It recently started giving me idle problems along with bogging down while trying to move. I disconnected the flapper and removed it, and I also put the valve in to the full open position. It seems to be a little better but im not completely sure and won't know until tomorrow. Any tips?
My advice is to fix the htev so its working normal. You gain nothing by removing or disconnecting it. Your bike will run better with it working. As for the flapper in the airbox you gain nothing there either except for increased intake noise by removing it.

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So I have a 2000 cbr 929rr. My HTEV disconnected. I had the flapper still connected though. It recently started giving me idle problems along with bogging down while trying to move. I disconnected the flapper and removed it, and I also put the valve in to the full open position. It seems to be a little better but im not completely sure and won't know until tomorrow. Any tips?

Also, what is the plug on the outside if the airbox on the back right of it? the one connected to the actual airbox. Thanks.

Checked the vacuum line on the fuel pressure regulator?
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Re: Damn HTEV..

So i guess its working, it just seemed like it started and purred perfectly when I started it with that disconnected. And im not too sure where the fuel pressure regulator vacuum line is. Ill check that next if you point me in the right direction
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