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If I let my 2006 Foreman sit for over week when it is cold (below freezing) out, it cranks forever. When I prime the carb with the primer pump on the carb, this seems to fix it. Is this considered normal or should I tap into my 4 year warranty? Seems it is draining out of the carb too fast. Last winter it did not do this.
 

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Mine has always been like that....just figured it was normal.
 

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if it bike just sits i will defently take long to start...i wouldn't worry about it.
 

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Turn the switch on and let it sit for a minute before cranking. I believe I read that there is a carb heater on the foreman carbs. I've had to hit my primer a few times, no big deal.
 
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