maybe a air leak somewhere (rubber cap cracked/missing etc.) maybe your carbs are NOT seated completely, maybe your choke is hangin open a little bit.AlanInVegas said:Hi all. I've got a '95 ex500 that idles normally (1200-1400) when cold, but once the engine warms up the idle increases to about 3100rpm. Any suggestions on cause or solution? Thanks.
sounds like you may have the SAME problems as above.71_307 said:not to steal the post but my 90 ex500 idles way to high when cold 4000rpm ( if i can even get it to stay on the choke) and when its warm 2000rpm ive tried to to lower it but it sounds really rough and will die after a while of just sitting there.... am i running way to lean???