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old cruiser

jerky throttle

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Does anyone find that when engines cold that the cars throttle response w feels a bit jerky especially when you come of the throttle at low speeds almost as if it's kangarooing slightly, if that makes any sense!!

Cheers Pete

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i always assumed this was because the the air mixture is colder than when it is in a warmed up engine. cold air and fuel would make a bigger bang

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i always assumed this was because the the air mixture is colder than when it is in a warmed up engine. cold air and fuel would make a bigger bang

Thinking about it Steve, I think you could well be right there

Cheers Pete

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I have to agree with you on that. Of course you have to wait for the oil to lubricate everything to cause less resistance too?

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