Funky Idling at Sea Level
Just finished my ride to San Diego (0 feet!) from Flagstaff (7,000 feet!). The bike performed very well the entire trip. For one leg of my journey, I had a passenger and a heavy backpack but was still able to cruise up the steep mountain grades in 6th gear at 75 MPH. However, I started noticing a slightly erratic idle when I was in El Centro (also sea level). With the bike warmed up, the needle bops up and down a little bit and doesn't hold steady like it used to. I can also hear it acting a little different in regards to the RPM. I tried messing with the idle adjuster, but that didn't help. Also, it could be imagination, but it seems that when I come to a stop in 1st, the engine starts bogging down earlier and more than usual.
I remember reading in the manual that no adjustments were needed for elevation. The bike was first run at 7,000 feet and has done most of its 2500 miles there. Should I try and reset the ECU maybe by pulling a battery cable for a while?
Also, as a side question: Do the fuel injectors make a distinct constant clicking sound? With my helmet turned the right way, I hear that noise. Just the injectors?
2012 Kawasaki Versys 650 - 20,500 miles
2000 Volvo V70XC 2.4T - 258,000 miles