Hello I’m brand new to the forum. I’m the second owner of a 2015 FJ-09 and unsure of the maintenance history. Bike has 13,000 miles on it. Made myself a sync tool using clear tuning and tranny fluid. Synchronized the throttle bodies last night and all 3 air bypass screws were turned all the way in as far as they would go. The white baseline adjustment screw is on throttle body #3. #3 vacuum was much stronger then #1 and #2. The fluid was WAY higher up the tube on #3 compared to #1 and #2. Turning the #1 and #2 adjustment screws out made it way worse. I marked exactly where the #3 baseline screw was set and went ahead and turned it out about 1/4 turn and then I was able to get all 3 throttle bodies synchronized while leaving #1 and #2 screws turned all the way in. So yeah I turned the forbidden white screw out almost 1/4 turn. Today I will put the bike all back together and go for a ride and see how it goes. So now what? What’s going to happen now that I turned the forbidden white screw? Why does the manual say not to touch the white screw? Can I harm my engine since I’ve adjusted the forbidden white screw out a little bit? I found it crazy that all 3 screws were turned all the way in. Also I know I should have checked my valve clearances prior to doing the TB sync but I didn’t. I don’t know how and don’t have the time right now because I’m going on a long road trip with the bike in a few days and didn’t want to get into learning and doing the valve check with the minimal spare time I have. So my question is this. Why shouldn’t you touch the white screw and what can happen now that I’ve adjusted it? The bike seams to idle better now then it did before since I’ve adjusted the forbidden white screw and got the throttle bodies in sync. Please any advice is appreciated. Thanks.