Been quite a while since I posted as my Fuoco is still waiting for me to try and sort out its parking computer failure
While surfing the web on some other issues I found this entry from an italian guy who seems to know a bit about electronics. He is talking about altering the output of the temp sensor to the ECU so the ECU thinks the air temp is a little colder than it actually is and enriches the mixture slightly when the bike is idling or accelerating.
The explanation is a bit complicated but basically you add in a couple of temperature sensitive resistors in line with the temperature sensor.
Struck me that perhaps this might help with the variable idle speed that I've always had on the Fuoco. If I ever get it back on the road I'll take a further look.
While the Fuoco is off the road I've been riding a Honda SH300i which is a prettly impressive ride, even if it does look like a shopping scooter.
I also had a Honda Integra 700 for a while but it was a very heavy beast and I didn't really need the motorway munching capabilities that it offers.
Just to complete the fleet update I have a Benelli Adiva 150 which I am doing a bit of renovation on before selling it.
Finally a Happy Christmas to you all!