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Just got a Burgman 400 in the last week or so. I've taken it around the nieghborhood a couple of times now and I'm having a problem that the engine stalls every so often when it's stopped/idle. The shop tells me it may need to be adjusted to idle higher.

My question is... What's a typical RPM for idle on these bikes?
 

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CINCNORAD,

If I remember correctly it is in the hand book.

My 250 runs 1450pm, adjustment via air bleed screw on the side of injector housing.

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For the 400 the idle is 1400 rpm +/- 100. I have mine set at 1500 as singles want to stall sometimes if you have the idle set too low. A little higher idle is fine as long as everything else is OK. I held on the rear brake as I set the idle speed so it simulates the bike stopped at a light.

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Thanks for the help everyone. :)

I went ahead and adjusted the idle to around 1500 (it was around 1300 before). It's helped immensely... and it doesn't stall on the road anymore once it's warmed up. However the scoot still seems to stall a few times while it warms up unless I sit there and rev it a bit manually. Is this normal?

P.S. Sorry for the late response. Haven't had much time to ride lately.
 
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