Maybe the BRP doesn't have to go...


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  • Chariotoffire

Posted February 01, 2005 - 05:00 PM

#1

Thanks to all for your responses.
I must have a love/hate relationship with this bike. I'm certainly influenced by reliability, like someone said, ride it then park it.
I left it running to warm up after a cold start the other day, got distracted with the kids, when I came back 15 minutes later, it was roaring away, (had the pilot screw in a bit) and I think the exhaust pipes were glowing a little red. Guess it wouldn't be good to do that to a newer, more high tech bike....
Anyone have any crazy ideas for putting on my own electric start? Surely someone has tried. I can't see spending a thousand bucks to put e-start on a bike that's worth 1500-2000 dollars.

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  • miguelitro

Posted February 02, 2005 - 01:37 PM

#2

yeah-you wouldn't want to do that with any other bike!!!
Actually i give my pig a real good warm up befor riding around 10 minutes but my idle adj. aint off. These things warm up like a frriggen marine deisel!!!
keep the bike man they are the best!!!
later





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