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All the way down is choke on,all the way up is choke off..

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

  • alex ulber Oct 05, 2010

    Actually yz-maniac is wrong, i have a 2004 crf150f and all the way down is choke off, in the middle is half choke, and all te way up is full choke, hope this helps.

  • Danny
    Danny Oct 06, 2010

    My bad, you are right coolbeans27. my son has a 2005 crf150f and i just went outside and verified that.got it backwards...sorry.

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