Cool, no electric start. Do I need to have the battery hooked up to complete the circuit or will it run fine with the battery disconnected?
> If that QT50 doesn't have an electric start.. it doesn't need
> a battery to run.
> The battery is for bright lights at idle and as a volt. reg.
> to prevent blowing lightbulbs at high RPM.
> If it has electric start though... then it does need a
> battery to crank the motor.