Re: using choke to kill engine?
Some of the kits that are around don`t even have kill switches in them. I think some of the factories are trying to wean us off of some of the frills and keeps their profit up that way. It really doesn`t matter how you kill your engine once you are ready to stop. If your fuel mixture is right then you are not going to be drying anything out or leaving anything too rich either way you kill it. some people have just developed their own way of doing things and are not usually easily made to change the way they do things. Just decide how you want to kill it and then be consistant in doing it that way. These little 2 cycles are a lot like diesels and can be rather mean to changes.