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    I had a 2002 and you just put the chock on for 30 seconds and it ran great. Now I have a 2009 I have had the chock on for over 10 minutes and it still doesn’t want to run. Anyone have any suggestions what to do?

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    You may want to try adjusting the idle, pilot screw and see if your pilot jet is clogged. Does it take throttle when the choke is on?
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    When the chock is on and you use the throttle it will bog down and even die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakesideboo View Post
    I had a 2002 and you just put the chock on for 30 seconds and it ran great. Now I have a 2009 I have had the chock on for over 10 minutes and it still doesn’t want to run. Anyone have any suggestions what to do?
    I think it is safe to say that most of us only use the choke to get the bike started and warm up for the first few minutes (If that).
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    If it never runs right even after warm up, your probably looking at this carb cleaning , jetting and pilot screw adjust like was mentioned will help.



    Once temps get 60 or better , I rarely need my choke

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