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    Turn down the idle?

    Kia ora from NZ,

    I have recently purchased a 2010 FXHO, and at idle it goes too fast for my liking. Is there a way to tone it down a little? I heard there is a screw by the throttle? FYI, I use it in the surf and so I need it to idle at a near stop.

    Cheers
    Jordan.


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    I believe the idle is controlled by the ecu and throttle position sensor at 1200-1400rpm on the 1.8 engine. At least that's how it is on my 2013 VXR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erierunner View Post
    I believe the idle is controlled by the ecu and throttle position sensor at 1200-1400rpm on the 1.8 engine. At least that's how it is on my 2013 VXR.
    OK, so seen as its part of the ECU can I not tone it down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waijo355 View Post
    OK, so seen as its part of the ECU can I not tone it down?
    You can try resetting the TPS....
    OEM idle is very slow

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