Starting & Stopping the Engine
Continue warming up the engine until it
runs smoothly and responds to the
throttle when the choke knob is at fully
OFF ( ).
Extended use of the choke may impair
piston and cylinder wall lubrication and
damage the engine.
Snapping the throttle or fast idling for
more than about 5 minutes at normal air
temperature may cause exhaust pipe
If the engine fails to start after repeated
attempts, it may be flooded with excess
fuel. To clear a flooded engine:
Basic Operation & Riding
If the engine still won't start, refer to
Your Engine Quits or Won't Start,
Classic Cycles Technical Resources
Leave the engine stop switch set to
Push the choke knob forward all the
way to fully OFF.
Open the throttle fully.
Press the start button for 5 seconds.
Follow the normal starting procedure.
If the engine starts, then open the
throttle slightly if idling is unstable.
If the engine does not start, wait 10
seconds, then follow steps