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Re: One Pull Starting

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09-28-2013 12:29:36

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Hello jiles,

They now have B&S start on the first pull. Push the primer ONLY 3 rimes, and they start on the first pull. Old priming systems where just a bypass system. Once the carb cavity was full all the pumping you did retuned fuel to the tank. New primers put fuel in the carb, just as if you would squirt some in. That's why the usually start on the first or second pull. Some even without choke.


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09-28-2013 15:04:17

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 Re: One Pull Starting in reply to GUIDO, 09-28-2013 12:29:36  
That's what the i represents in the 520i --it injects gas mix into the carb throat through a jet. No primer bulb.

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09-28-2013 15:30:53

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 Re: One Pull Starting in reply to Jiles, 09-28-2013 15:04:17  
Hello jiles,

Sounds right to me. My B&S does the same thing, one pull and off to work we go!


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09-28-2013 14:14:02

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 Re: One Pull Starting in reply to GUIDO, 09-28-2013 12:29:36  
The only small engine i have that'll fire on the first pull even after sitting for months is a little honda 4 stroke weed eater, pump the primer bulb a couple times, close the choke and pull once.prrrr :wink:

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09-28-2013 14:33:11

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 Re: One Pull Starting in reply to bison, 09-28-2013 14:14:02  
Hello bison,

I have a 7H.P. B&S snow thrower that starts on the first pull, just like I said in my post,


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