In magazine articles they say starting an FPV is a two handed affair. Does this mean you have to:
Physically hold the key at the 'start' detent AND press the button at the same time?
Or does it mean you turn the key to 'ignition', let go and then press the start button?
EDITED for simplicity......
BA'1.5' Pursuit 290
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Wouldn't it logically be Option 1 - the starter button is really nothing more than a circuit breaker, so you turn the key like a normal car, and while holding it in that position you push the starter button to complete the ignition circuit and start the car.
Guess you'll know for sure in the next few days AP.
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