My first question is what makes you think they are out of sync in the first place and what do you expect to gain by doing it?OK, here is my step by step, throttle body prep...with pics...
Remove seat, fuel tank panels (I make a cardboard template for locating all the screws) and side panels
Remove front tank bolt, and rear allen screws that hold tank on (2 on each side)
Disconnect front overflow hose (white dot) on front right side of tank
Disconnect front breather hose (blue dot) on front right side of tank
Unplug the air temp sensor at front right of tank
Unplug the black fuel pump connector from under tank from the left side
Put a rag underneath the tank where the fuel hose is
Unplug the fuel hose coupling from under the tank from the right side
Slide the orange connector back away from hose, squeeze both sides of the black part to disconnect hose
A small amount of fuel will come out
Lift tank off to someplace safe
Disconnect the air pressure sensor hose on left side, leads from a blue connector down to throttle body # 1, left side
This is where the carbtune hose will attach to the #1 throttle body
Throttle body # 2 fitting is hidden down there, pic shows it with the rubber cap on it.
Carbtune hose # 2 will attach there after you remove the cap, good luck with that.
You can probably pry it off with a screwdriver, or they do make fuel hose pliers that may get in there.
Adjusting screw is behind where the hose goes.
Put the fuel tank on, hooking up the fuel pump connector and fuel hose fitting.
With the fuel tank back on, you may need the 90 degree turning screwdriver tool, due to lack of space, if you can't get your hand in there to adjust screw.
Adjust per the instructions on whatever balancing gizmo you may be using.
When done adjusting, replace the cap on fitting for body # 2, put the air pressure sensor hose back on body # 1, replace everything else in reverse order.
Well, it's in the manual as a regular maintenance item. Do it at the first 600 mile service, at 8K, then every 4K after.My first question is what makes you think they are out of sync in the first place and what do you expect to gain by doing it?
Motorcyclist's Mantra: If you can't ride it, at least you can work on it.And the other reason is I'm retired, and it's raining here.
Could you describe what you mean by that? I will say that in my opinion, the off-idle character of this motor is fairly unique because of the 270° crank, closer to a small V-Twin but... different, of course, because the cylinder aren't moving in opposing directions, haha. Curious what you are feeling.My throttle feels like one cylinder is leading the other when twisting from idle. I would be able to sleep nights if it improves after being synched.