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SOURCE: Removal of a choke cable on qr 50 Honda

In my experience they don't have a choke cable. It is a pull out knob on the carburettor for choke that you push back in as soon as the bike starts. The cable is the throttle cable and goes to the handlebar grip. Oops, they do

http://www.wemoto.com/bikes/honda/qr_50_d_e_f/82-87/picture/choke_cable_genuine_manufacturer_part_oem/


Take a look at these videos for changing Bowden Cables. Any further questions Reply as a COMMENT below my name.

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