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well with the new cold weather of winter it will do that
when u use the choke does it help?
also before u start cranking it over , push the throttle a few times because the 400ex has an accelerator pump and it will squirt a little gas in the intake everytime u hit the throttle (this helps for throttle response) but just holding down the throttle wont do it
if those both dont solve the cold starts than, idk cause u say once its warm it starts right away so i dont think its your pilot
after i replied to this (this is an edit) i went to go fire my 400ex up
i dont have the choke in so there is less resistence. i had to push the throttle a good 20 times before it fired up
all carburated quads will have a little tuffer time starting in the cold.
Last edited by Mr_RPM; 11-23-2008 at 02:51 PM.
Reason: i did some testing