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    Throttle Plate question

    Does this look normal for a fully open throttle plate? This in on my 1100 triple. The carb on the right opens quicker than that of the middle carb and then the end carb. I adjusted the screws that they all firmly close and open, however I wasn't sure if this was correct. Any insight would be awesome! Thanks!




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    I never owned an 1100 but I can say that does not look right at all. these should be synced to open simultaneously.

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    +1 they should all be perfectly straight up and down when they are fully open. There are adjustment screws to fix this.

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    I can adjust them that they all pretty much open the same, however then carbs 2 and 3 stay a hair open when carb one if fully closed. Is this normal setup for correct idling?

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    Mine are slightly uneven also, but not as bad as yours and I am not happy about it. I need to pull the carbs off and study the linkage really closely, but I have other problems right now with my tow vehicle that I need to get sorted.

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    I am having the same problem on my 760. If I adjust the plates to be both together when wide open, one doesn't shut all the way like the other.

    Right now, I have it set so they are even when closed. However, one does not open quite all the way. This is driving me nuts!

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    Anyone else have an idea, driving me nuts...

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    And still driving ME nuts....

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    Manual

    Get the manual on that year and make..It should tell you how to adjust..Oside is right they should open at same time and be at a 90% angle

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