• Q. Ntorq has no choking system in it so while in winters how we could start it by self start?

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    Suren | 2 years ago

    It is a problem. It does not work at all times. You have to kickstart it, I guess. Could have provided a normal choke and let the person using it decide on whether to use.

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    Ranjan | 2 years ago

    First time it is better to start a scooty or bike by kick. After that you use self start. Ntorq has auto choke, it works very fine. Don't worry.

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    Vijay | 2 years ago

    I also noticed this .. but it was no issue, its an inbuilt feature ..i would advice to use kick start if you start it after a few days gap.. or in winters too..

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