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Re: 12v conversion - now hard/no start when cold - ytmag kit

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Hobo,NC

01-11-2013 04:40:53
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I hope it came with the correct pulley,,, TISCO has the correct pulley in their kit,,, all the other kits I have seen send a universal (their word their is no such animal its a made up word for a to satisfy them) pulley...
http://ytforums.ytmag.com/viewtopic.php?t=162141&highlight=pulley




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Wade C

01-17-2013 11:56:18
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 Re: 12v conversion - now hard/no start when cold - ytmag kit in reply to Hobo,NC, 01-11-2013 04:40:53  
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Checked the pulley, and its good... about .060" of clearance between the bottom of the groove and bottom of the belt when tightened. So at least the pulley is good to go, and I must just not have it tight enough. But that can be dealt with.

After talking with dad, he said it used to start pretty reliably down to 0F a couple years ago... then it started being hard to start without a heater on it. So he had the carb rebuilt by a local guy - and that seemed to fix it... but I tried the other morning when it was about 5 out, and could just get a few hits, and it would never start. Went out yesterday when it was about 50 and no choke, throttle at its lowest setting, and fired up almost instantly...
Any thoughts on getting it to be a bit better at cold starting? I have gone through the carb adjustments like the book calls for, done it a couple ways mentioned on here that I found in searching... and no real change in how it will start cold. (took a few days of dinking to get the different methods tried and they all seemed to end up in the same place as far as screw positions)

Not the end of the world, but Id like to have it as good as it can be before I take it back to dad.

Thanks

Wade

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