Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Kitchener Ontario
Thanks/ I doubt my 2015 at under 11000 KM / Tight Valves
I will add that to the How To, normally if you do a valve shim, the next process is the sync. My case is a bit unusual as I did the sync around 7000 KM , since I had my bike apart at least 8 times with the ThermoBob changes, last change to a #4 was around 7000 KM, it was suggested to bring out my vacuum lines.It took a month to get my gauges from the UK, so I thought I would check it out as I was playing with the TPS settings to see if any changes coud be affected to the below 4000 RPM throttle response ( I now realize it is part of the mapping, with the oxygen and other feedback info). So another way of looking at it and as a early warning to tight valves. Like going into see your doctor for the very first time, check your blood pressure to establish a base line. The same can be done on your just broken in Versys, check your vacuum at idle RPM and take a picture /record it .
Last edited by onewizard; 01-13-2017 at 11:14 AM.