Its not, it just says 2-6mm is the recommended play then 'see your authorised Honda dealer'!
I'm sure there will be some adjusters where the cables attach to the carb, I haven't looked at this stage, not high priority.
The adjuster is on the throttle cable itself, near where the cable exits the housing on the handle bar. It's a very easy adjustment to do. I'll see if I can get a chance to take a couple pic's tomorrow and post them in the "How To" forum.
BTW, no "carb" on these bikes, they have what's known as a throttle body.
I'm really cofused here.......Never had any of these throttle problems with any Honda I've ever owned. Or us owners in Arizona getting bikes from kick ass dealers that know what their doing or is this a Honda problem?
It's certainly not a "Honda problem".
It may very well be that your dealer did a more thorough job on your bike during the PDI... not all dealers (or should I say dealership service tech's) are created equal. If others have taken delivery of new CBR300R's or CB300F's that have excessive throttle cable free play from day one, then yes, that comes down to poor set-up and pre-delivery service.
However, the fact is that new control cables do stretch... and it is considered normal
for these cables to take an initial stretch during the break-in period. When I picked up my new CBR250R from the dealer, both the throttle & clutch cable free play were spot on. However after I had put on about 400 miles, both cables needed to be adjusted... not a lot, but there was a bit of excessive free play, more so on the clutch cable. As I recall, I made a second, small adjustment to the throttle cable free play at about 1200 miles. Now, 14,000 miles later I haven't had to touch either cable since those initial adjustments I made when I did my break-in service.
Bottom line is that these shiny new high tech bikes are still just motorcycles, and as such will need a little maintenance from time to time... fellas, don't be afraid to get a little dirt under your fingernails.