I see three sr-20’s on a daily basis. It’s torture. I also see them flying all the time, with seemingly no problems. However I live in California, so this whole starting issue I keep reading about is very distant, vague, and hard for a simple brain like mine to grasp. You mean it actually can get colder outside than 50 degrees?
So could someone please explain to me what exactly is going on in this fine engine that makes it so hard to cold start, and why such a long prime? Is it that fuel isn’t getting delivered to the right place? Does it happen on the 550 as well. Paul’s PIREP seemed to suggest it does. So is it the engine or something about the way the engine is tuned or… Please help this simple caveman