Last Fall my Moby was dying after running for about a mile. I cleaned the gas cap to make sure fuel was being released. I also cleaned the carb again. I was going to replace the condenser, but I can't get into the freaking flywheel!
Anyway, I took the bike out a couple of times this winter and it's run perfectly. So I might have fixed the problem without replacing the condenser. But my question is: Could the cold weather be keeping my condenser cold enough so that it's not dying like it will when hot weather returns? Or is the condenser going to get that hot in cold weather anyway, and therefore I solved my problem with one of the other solutions?