i've heard many things from people and they seem to disagree with each other. These are the methods i have heard.
1. Pull choke all the way. Let bike idle until you can turn off the choke and the bike still runs, then give it a tap on the trottle. If the rpm jump up instead of down, you are ready to ride.
2. Use enough choke to keep the bike running but not full choke. Ride within 10 seconds of starting to avoild low oil pressures and dont wait for it to warm up
3. Dont use choke. Give it a little throttle and start up the bike. Idle with throttle partially opened and wait until it runs smoothly and you can give it gas without killing the engine. Run at 2000 rpm
How are you SUPPOSED to do it? When i do method #2, by the time im at work its finally done warming up. Takes about 5 km of city to warm up, which is a quite a long time. When i do full choke and idle until warm, it takes about 4 minutes to warm up enough to give it gas without stalling. My idle speed is good and doesnt need adjustment. Why do bikes take so long to warm up? Do we need oil warmers or block heaters now? lol