> I doubt that the idle speed just magically went out of adjustment while
> it was sitting in storage.
> High idle speed usually means the engine is running lean... so either
> you have an air leak letting too much air in or it's not getting enough
> fuel. Either way there's a good chance you'll seize the motor if you ride
> If it was mine, I would drain the old gas out of it, replace the fuel
> filter(s), fill it with fresh gas and add a can of fuel injector
> then let run for about an hour. If that doesn't help, you may need to
> the injectors ultrasonically cleaned.
> I also would check for cracks in the *** mounting boots for the
> throttle bodies and the seals on the end of the crankshaft.
>> My spare sled is a 1995 Wildcat Touring 700 EFI.
>> Today it is hard to start and then it idles way too high. In the past
>> sled started easily with one pull regardless of the conditions. The pump
>> sounds like it is running normally when I turn the key. This is the
>> time I've tried it this year.
>> Any advice? Can this be as simple as an idle speed adjustment? How is