Q: 94 Vmax 600 Takes A Bit To Come Down

Q: 94 Vmax 600 Takes A Bit To Come Down

Post by Chri » Mon, 01 Jan 2001 22:50:22


After applying throttle on my 94 vmax it takes a bit for it to come down to
normal idle, any ideas...?

Chris

 
 
 

Q: 94 Vmax 600 Takes A Bit To Come Down

Post by bmor » Tue, 02 Jan 2001 06:55:49

Quote:

>After applying throttle on my 94 vmax it takes a bit for it to come down to
>normal idle, any ideas...?

>Chris

Yep, pull the top cover(s) off the carb(s), and I'll bet you find a loose
fastener. Reinstall using "pink" loctite, made for small fasteners, or
equivalent.

And again, buy a manual!  You'll be glad you did.

 
 
 

Q: 94 Vmax 600 Takes A Bit To Come Down

Post by Chri » Tue, 02 Jan 2001 07:06:15

pink? have only seen blue and red loctite

Chris


Quote:

> >After applying throttle on my 94 vmax it takes a bit for it to come down
to
> >normal idle, any ideas...?

> >Chris

> Yep, pull the top cover(s) off the carb(s), and I'll bet you find a loose
> fastener. Reinstall using "pink" loctite, made for small fasteners, or
> equivalent.

> And again, buy a manual!  You'll be glad you did.


 
 
 

Q: 94 Vmax 600 Takes A Bit To Come Down

Post by bmor » Tue, 02 Jan 2001 07:13:06

Quote:

>pink? have only seen blue and red loctite

"Pink" is used for fasteners that are smaller than ?". Blue *can* be used, but
it is "permanent" for anything smaller than ?" or a soft grade steel. If you
use blue, for what ever reason, use it "very sparingly."  
Loctite uses many different colors and #'s that all have different
applicational purposes.