Probably nothing but

I got a 2001 honda cr250 I just bought. Started first kick in a garage 1st kick cold as hell. Last night when I got home it did not start after 4 kicks. It had condensation from being in the cold wind on the engine and everywhere. Br98e plug ngk. Plug not hot enough? Or just too frickin cold. Im at drill right now for the national guard and worried. It's supposed to be 60 degrees.

Fuel on? Did you choke it? Clutch In? Throttle position? Most carb'd engines start harder when it's below 55/60* as the fuel/air mix changes so your jetting becomes insufficient.

Choke on no clutch but ty anyway to get it started better? Jetting options?

Four kicks is nothing to worry about man, my cousins bike takes almost 10 kicks to get going sometimes but runs like a top.

thx all

Too many factors about the condition of the bike but generally as weather gets colder you could go to a little bit richer on the pilot.

Fired right up

Four kicks is nothing to worry about man, my cousins bike takes almost 10 kicks to get going sometimes but runs like a top.

 

Sounds like he is on a 4t lol 

i could not get my 92 CR250 to start without starting fluid. then i changed the plug out. now it is a 2 kicker when cold.... no fluid needed.

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