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Hello,,I have a 2010 Tomoto,Got in Jan this year,,

Had a carb problem first,and got the needle replaced..

and it as a Compression problem,they said,(to Much).

Sometime when you cut off the motor,I guess with piston on the high side,it cranks very slow..like its out of time.Then if you hold the key switch over long enough and don;t burn the starter up,it takes off and starts and runs great,,,This guy said it Compression locks,,thats why it want turn over fast,,if you take out the spark plug when it does this,,crank it over a minute or two,,put plug back in,then it starts right up...What can be done to stop is...

this guy says,,If you ride and ride it,,after a while it will lossen up,,and be OK...any Ideals.....Thanks

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