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Old 10-13-2009, 09:36 AM
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Default Re: how cold before the bike doesn't start?

Originally Posted by matt167 View Post
at really cold temps, you could have cold seize issues just as a snowmobile can have.... might also be a good idea to change jetting on the carb but, it should run at any temp..
A cold seizure can happen at any temp. It happens when you run up a two stroke too soon after starting and the piston skirt has begun to expand faster then the rest of the engine .

Jetting richer (or at least move the C clip down a notch or so) is the way to go for cold riding.
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