Yes, I said clutch, and meant choke. Sorry about that. Thanks chuck, your right, I have a tomos targa lx.
I HAVE let it idle for a while before I start it, so I KNOW the engine is not cold (actually felt it). In fact, I had the same problem yesterday, so I let the engine idle for 15 minutes today, and still had the same problem.
I CANT leave the choke on for more then 1-4 seconds, otherwise the ped dies. To turn the choke off, I have to pull the throttle all the way and let it go back.
This kind of just started after I got it serviced. The only other time I had this SAME exact problem, was the first 200 miles I put on the ped.
Ree, I havent tryed holding the throttle while the choke is on for very long. That may work, and I'll try it tomarrow. Also, the thing about them working great when cold and really hot makes a bit of sense...Only mine gets warm pretty quickly. I know cuz I put my hands on the engine when its cold out to keep em warm :P.