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RSV Idle Speed Adjustment
The RSV idle adjusting knob is located on the right side of the bike just to the rear of the carbs as shown in the picture below. Idle spec is 1000 ......
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Synching the Carbs
First thing you\'ll want to do is get the bike warmed up and make sure your idle speed is set correctly at 1000 RPM\'s. There are two ways you can go about ......
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Fuel Filter Part Number & Alternatives
The OE replacement fuel filter part number for the Venture is 1FK-24560-10-00 as shown in the picture below.   Some owners have found aftermarket alternatives that can be used also. One of ......
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Adjusting the Pilot Circuit
Adjusting the Pilot CircuitContributed by Dan Abbott The backfire is caused by too lean a setting of the pilot circuit. This causes hotter exhaust gas temps. which ignite any unburned mixture ......
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Gas Gauge Problems
Gas Gauge ProblemsFrom Members Forum Ok.. When i fill up The lcd display is full. After 60-80 miles of riding the display has only one digit showing. I first thought that ......
Not Rated Last Update: 2006-09-14 Views: 5216
Fuel Filter Installation in an Accessible Place
Fuel Filter Installation in an Accessible Place The fuel filter on the second generation RSV is located in an area that is pretty difficult to access. It would certainly be difficult ......
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Intake Boots - Need Replaced?
Intake Boots - Need Replaced?Discussion from members forum. I noticed that several earlier second generation ventures have cracked (weathered) intake manifold boots. Has any had any problems with these and replaced ......
Not Rated Last Update: 2006-03-05 Views: 5389
How To Change Fuel Filter
Start out by turning the fuel petcock to off. Remove the side covers as shown here. http://www.venturers.org/Tech_Library/?action=article&cat_id=002004&id=270 Loosen the plastic clamp so you are able to unplug the fuel pump at the connection ......
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How to remove the gas tank.
Removing the gas tank is required for many of the periodic service routines. After doing it once, it becomes fairly easy. This pictorial may help those doing it for the first ......
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Replacing Air Filters
Remove the lowers as described here: http://www.venturers.org/Tech_Library/?action=article&cat_id=002004&id=264 You will need a 10mm ratchet with an extension and a phillips screwdriver. There are two bolts that need to be removed and one clamp ......
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AIS Assembly Drawing
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Synchronizing the Carburetors
Synchronizing the CarburetorsRevised by V-Dave NOTE: Prior to synchronizing the carburetors, the valve clearance and the engine idling speed should be properly adjusted and the ignition timing should be checked. 1. ......
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Shimming the Needles
Shimming the NeedlesBy Jim Sloot If you\'ve modified the stock air intake system, such as replacing the stock air filters with K&N units, or opened up the hole in the air ......
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Replacing the Jets
Replacing the JetsBy Jim Sloot and forum posts by Bikenut This procedure requires removal of the carburetor assembly from the motorcycle and partial disassembly of the carburetors. Do not attempt this ......
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Carburetor Assembly Drawing
  Assembly Drawing  ...
Last Update: 2004-09-26 Views: 6843


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