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Throttle needed at start...why?

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I just bought a used 2001 WR250F. I had a hell of time getting it started at home, until I discovered that I needed to give it some throttle just after kicking through to the bottom.

My friends WR400F starts with no throttle or choke on first kick.

What is the problem?

ben

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Also include your elevation :)

Bill

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I'm beginning to get the hint that I need to provide as much info as possible when asking questions.

Let me get back to you with more. I only got the bike a week ago, so I have no idea.

ben

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