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Old 11-27-2011, 04:56 AM   #2
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Joined: Sep 2007
Location: The Land of Cotton (SC)
Oddometer: 744
The one I used to ride was a hoot. However, starting it was a chore when cold. We always used starter fluid when it was cold. Once warm, it would fire right up. Make sure your plug is good and the correct one. Also make sure your air filter is clean. If you're worried about the crank seals, I would test them with propane or WD-40. Cool bike.
1979 V-1000SP
1988 R100RS
1996 R1100RSL
1998 CR250
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