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what do you think is better a pull start or the Roto start i was just wondering


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rotol.. never had a pull.. but my neighbour does.. and its so hard to use
 

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I have to vote roto... but then I've never had a pull either.



But having watched all you kids pulling the last few times we've been bashing... I can say I like my roto more and more.
 

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Have to say Roto - I even broke my .26 in using the Roto.... I love it!


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i think i might give the roto start a go, because everytime i use a pull start my knuckles get busted up
 

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pull start is for sissies...go roto start as nick would once say...
 

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JoNo-vs-SAVAGE said:
pull start is for sissies...go roto start as nick would once say...

Ahem.. You were the one that said that, i was the one that said pullstarts are better because theres less to carry and no battery to charge, but im starting to change my mind on that one
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How can a pull start be for sissies, when it takes more effort to pull a pull start than it dose to press a button ???
 

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Well other than the need to carry around the rotostart and charging a
battery once in a while (mine lasts for weeks!), what positive does a
pull start offer over the rotostart? I've never broken my rotostart,
but I've heard of lots of broken pull start cords.




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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
a pull start makes the car look cool, you will never snap a pull start unless you pull it to hard or out to long also roto starts have hada lot of problems in other forums, button sticking, one way bearings stripped, electrionics not working, gears need replacing, also the other good thing with apull start is you can tell when the engine is flooded you cant do that with a roto start
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ok cool i never knew that
 

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and it gets tighter on the rotostart.

well u can feel it .. and u can hear it as jerrah said.. it sounds more
like its strugling.. so u stop.. and unflood it.. then continue
 

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pull start is still better
 

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Savage SS said:
i think i might give the roto start a go, because everytime i use a pull start my knuckles get busted up

Savage SS said:
pull start is still better

How do these two statements sit with eachother??


I have never had a pullstart and so for me the roto is fine.
 

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ah the pull start i hate mine on my car i've hurt myself a fair bit from trying to start my car i came so close to needing stitchs be4 so i quess roto start is the best
 
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