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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-28-2019, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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2008 raptor 700 PLEASE HELP (idle problem)

I have a 2008 raptor 700 while i am driving when i downshifting or getting slow sometimes engine stop or when i hit the throttle while my hand on clutch its feel like its not idle for a second when i push the throttle ...
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I have a 2008 raptor 700 while i am driving when i downshifting or getting slow sometimes engine stop or when i hit the throttle while my hand on clutch its feel like its not idle for a second when i push the throttle ...
Do you have a modified exhaust or air cleaner??

Follow the instructions in your manual to adjust the TPS and idle screw.

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i have akrapovic exhaust but its not complete only to the half the issue is only when slowing or when i hold the clutch and try to give little throttle for downshift it doesnt respond for a second.
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If you don't have a after market fuel controller it's likely your exhaust is causingg it to run lean. Again, as above ^^^ in my post 2, adjust the TPS and idle per your manual. If you can't or won't, bring it to Washington and I'll do it for you!!!

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