This is the first Bobcat I've owned. Right after initial start it runs fast then after a few seconds it finally idles down. Never thought running cold engines wide open when they're cold was good for them. Is there anyway to adjust that out to allow a proper slow speed warm up?
I guess the fact that they've been running for thousands of hours without problems settles the argument, but it just goes against what I've been taught about running cold air cooled engines hard right after initial start.