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|15th July 2008, 23:05||#31|
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Please turn the petrol to off when you park in the night. Morning - you will need to use the choke, bring the ampere needle to the centre and one gentle push all the way. That should do the trick.
Also - kickstarting a bullet is an art , you will be an expert soon and will show off like the rest of us.
|16th July 2008, 00:30||#32|
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As Sheshagiri told, practise all the stuff he mentioned. You will be a master like rest of us. Using the choke in the morning is fine if needed, that is what the choke is designed for. Allow her to warm-up for some time before you start riding.
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