Excellent quiz. Got 29/30 but I'll put the one wrong answer down to the coding on the engine starting sequence
Sasa is correct. The starting sequence for a modern engine such as an Optimax is slightly different. It would be something like:
Fit Kill cord.
Ensure throttle is in neutral. (although safety lock should prevent start in gear.) Despite the fact that my merc throttle control has a cold start lever it should NOT be used.
Prime engine - also not really neccessary but if you have say just changed fuel tanks maybe useful.
Turn key to first position - engine pump will turn over and prime system.
Start engine on key. Choke is taken care of by the ECU on the engine. No smoke, no need to rev the nuts of the thing, it just ticks over!
Check tell tale.
I miss the clouds of 2 stroke smoke we used to get when we started our old Johnson V6........not!