Question about Honda VTX 1300 Motorcycles
Naturally the engine will go back to normal. However, there are a few other processes that some folks use to speed up the process.
Option 1-Remove the spark plugs and crank over the engine, wipe off the plugs, put the plugs back in and you should be good.
Option 2-Turn off the fuel, hold the throttle wide open and crank the engine.
Personally, I have used option 1 quite a few times. May be a bit time consuming to pull out the plugs etc, but works well. Otherwise let the bike sit and everything should be good.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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