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    Idle RPM

    Just wondering what is the average idle rpm. After installing my throttle relocator and adjusting cable I`m at 1750. Is that about right? I also filled my rideplate holes and never really noticed what it was before.

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    Your idle is perfect.

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    Mine fluctuates a little but I seem to think it hovers 1750-1900 ish...

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    That is what mine is at also. It bounces from 1750 to 1800

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    idle is self governed, especially with the stock ECU... so if u have 1/2" of slack left in the cable, it's still gonna kick it up to +/- 1800

    now ME on the other hand. the RR ECU i believe might supposed to have the same idle functions i got this neat problem where my RR ECU idles at 3000 out of the water... in the water i'm at 2000.... talk about having fun docking and driving up on the trailer... never loved reverse so much

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    Thanks guys. Got a Ranger here (with the cat still in exhaust system) and got a 2" ball coming for it. Vehicle`s stayin overnight for electrical diagnostics. Got the alternator coming to. We`re CLOSED TODAY!

    Hope that 15/20 does it. Will let you know what rpm`s are at Jerry.

    Thanks,,,,I`m out...Damn its good to be king.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485
    idle is self governed, especially with the stock ECU... so if u have 1/2" of slack left in the cable, it's still gonna kick it up to +/- 1800

    now ME on the other hand. the RR ECU i believe might supposed to have the same idle functions i got this neat problem where my RR ECU idles at 3000 out of the water... in the water i'm at 2000.... talk about having fun docking and driving up on the trailer... never loved reverse so much
    I was wondering Shibby wether or not I took too much out of the cable. I have perfect full open now though.

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    Already 12:30. Waitingon a customer to pick up a van. Man,,,hurry up already. Dealership is doing a key for the RXT,,,yellow one is in Mississippi. Learning key just don`t cut it.

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