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Ok well I haven't really posted on here as I hardly ride my kfx , but need some help.

Ok so I have a 08kfx and the other day I decided to get it out, since I bought some new nerfs and wanted to put them on. I have been storing it outside in a canopy, for about 2 months. I live in Michigan so it is pretty cold right now.

Anyway so I go to start it and it took a few min. to get it to fire and run. So I let it warm up and rode it for about 5 min. around the yard in the snow. 2 days later and now it won't start again. So I pulled the plug and it was just all wet, so I cleaned it and put it back in, still no luck. It turns over fine. I had the heat on in the garage which is where its been for the 2 days. I don't know if the heat was on long enough to thaw a frozen line if that is the problem.

Anyone have any ideas what else could be causing the problem. I purchased it brand new when it came out and it probably has between 10-20hrs(maybe). It had the recall done on the fuel pump/leaking issue.

By the way it is stock other than a Baldwin Motorsports kill switch. It ran fine with it before.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks
Ryan
 

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QUOTE (mudd4 @ Dec 8 2008, 12:50 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=15184
Ok well I haven't really posted on here as I hardly ride my kfx , but need some help.

Ok so I have a 08kfx and the other day I decided to get it out, since I bought some new nerfs and wanted to put them on. I have been storing it outside in a canopy, for about 2 months. I live in Michigan so it is pretty cold right now.

Anyway so I go to start it and it took a few min. to get it to fire and run. So I let it warm up and rode it for about 5 min. around the yard in the snow. 2 days later and now it won't start again. So I pulled the plug and it was just all wet, so I cleaned it and put it back in, still no luck. It turns over fine. I had the heat on in the garage which is where its been for the 2 days. I don't know if the heat was on long enough to thaw a frozen line if that is the problem.

Anyone have any ideas what else could be causing the problem. I purchased it brand new when it came out and it probably has between 10-20hrs(maybe). It had the recall done on the fuel pump/leaking issue.

By the way it is stock other than a Baldwin Motorsports kill switch. It ran fine with it before.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks
Ryan
Sounds like your not sparkin. Check your dead man kill and change the plug.
 
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