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    Default new member requires advice/ tips on rotax choke use

    Hi i have a 503 rotax and find pulling it over from cold and holding the two choke wires on the carbs a hassle.best idea so far is a bungee cord to hold chokes on whilst pulling it over.

    any bright ideas please ???

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    Default Re: new member requires advice/ tips on rotax choke use

    Have a look at this...there are some handy ides...



    http://hovercraft.org.uk/FUDforum2/i...hp?t=msg&th=79 &start=0&S=3d82ecb6e89f1255101ea06d1e9c1aa0

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    Default Re: new member requires advice/ tips on rotax choke use

    Speak to Conrad at conair, or ken at K+M, both should be able to flog you a choke kit that will actually work on a 503, either single or twin carb, just tell them what you want. You can get little levers to fit on the carb, or a remote lever with two cables to go into the carbs.



    Jamie

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