Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Benton, Arkansas
The best response I can give you is to read your owners manual. It will tell you how to properly use the choke to start the bike. I think it is something like this. Full choke for about 30 seconds or so then half choke for several minutes if really cold. the way to tell if properly warmed up and ready to ride, close choke, idle should smooth out, goose the throttle if it responds immediately, as it should, the bike is good to go.
2009 V Star 650 Classic
Debadged, Scootmods 4in. Forward Control Extensions, Mustang Rear Fender Bib (when SOLO), Vance & Hines Cruzers, Barons BAK Stealth, Back Off Brake Light Modulator, Barons A.I.S. Removal Kit, Yamaha OEM light bar and driving lights, River Road Saddle Bags, AirHawk 2, Homemade floorboard kick out pegs, Grasshopper Backrest, Yamaha Tall Sissy Bar, 14 inch Kong Bars (internally wired), Stainless lines and cables, Avon Grips.
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