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Starting a 2004 rmz250

I have a 2004rmz 250 i need help getting this bike started on the first kick. we race harescrambles and well its important to get it started first try. also over heating is an issue.

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Get the thermal wrap under the gas tank then if you can afford it buy the new vortec clutch it helps with starting a four stroke

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Please rate this answer. Thanks Shay!

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