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2004 TC 450 etremelly hard to fire it up when is cold....

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Always shut off your fuel before shutting down the engine. shut off fuel a block before you kill the engine. this drains the carb bowl. when you do shut down, the suction from the piston going down doesn't foul the plugs. read it in a manual for an old 1967 bridgestone but it works great on my old harley.

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