A Cold Starting System

Alcohol-fueled vehicles often won't start in cold weather. Here is a cold starting system you can build and install yourself to get around that problem.



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Insert your copper tube into the opposite end of the elbow and attach the entire assembly to the air filter cap.
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A cold starting system overcomes the challenge sub-45° poses for alcohol fueled vehicles like this one.
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Drill a 7/16" hole in the air cleaner cover at the spot you've chosen.
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Solder a brass metering jet to the tip of the "nozzle holder" once you have it in place.
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