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    Priming with pull start

    Do you still prime the fuel system the same way with a pull start as you do with the EZ start? I bought a pull start awhile ago but haven't installed it yet just wondering if you prime it the same way.

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    You mean putting youre finger over the exhuast? If so, then yes.
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    yes exactly the same process

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    you could also look into a primer bulb. i have one and love it. it primes the carb faster and easier too
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    Could you post a link? Be careful those though as they can cause air leaks.
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    i use to just take off the fuel line attached to the tuned pipe and blow it or do post #2
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    Just blow in the tube which connects the tank to the exhaust. Easier but stop blowing when it is in the carburetor, otherwise, you'll have to clear your engine.

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    I see no reason to remove the pressure line from an exhaust and putting it your mouth.... I'd just put my finger over the stinger, if that's too hard use a cork give it a couple tugs and take the cork out.
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