Matter of choice

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Anyone can explain how different are "starts" on cement?Also I was wondering if having a wider rear tire on sand would help having better traction,and..and,using a "BR7ES" plug for wood riding is something "safe" for the engine(my 250 has a tendency to foul plugs,carburation is lean enough).Thanks
 

Moo

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Cement starts are hard because the rear tire will spin a lot easier. Instead of weighting the front, like on a normal dirt start, you weight the rear tire. You can't just rev it and dump the clutch. You get a lot more traction on the dirt starts. Only comes with practice.