Topic: Re: question on starting 60
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I don't like the electronic ignition kits. Check the points and prove the gap, both of mine will not start unless the throttle is clear back and No choke, then as it starts bumping the throttle up a bit gently and it will run, too much and it will try to die, till the throttle is pulled clear back again,,,they all have their own little habits.... What i don't like about the electronic kits is they seem to have a short life,and if they quit you need to wait till a new one comes in,,,with regular points you can go to the parts store and pick up a set and go on...
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